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Actionable Genotypes and Their Association with Life Span in Iceland
A recent study conducted in Iceland has revealed that approximately 4% of the population carries at least one actionable genotype, which is associated with a reduced life span.
All Specialties November 15th 2023
ALS and Frontotemporal Dementia Show Origins in Utero, According to New Study
Discover how a study from USC reveals that the most common genetic cause of ALS and FTD may have its roots in embryonic development, offering new avenues for early diagnosis and treatment.
Neurology August 30th 2023
Dana-Farber AI-Model Predicts Primary Source of Cancer Using Gene Sequencing Data
Explore the potential of OncoNPC, an AI model that leverages gene sequencing data to predict the primary source of cancer, offering a new avenue for more targeted and effective treatments.
Hematology/Oncology August 29th 2023
Therapy Selection in Small Cell Lung Cancer with Disease Progression After Platinum-Based Therapy
Explore the complexities of treating small cell lung cancer (SCLC) after platinum-based therapy failure, including insights into immune checkpoint inhibitors, the preference for lurbinectedin, and the potential of liquid biopsies. Join Dr. Misty Shields in understanding the challenges and opportunities in this evolving field.
Oncology, Medical August 21st 2023
Newly Defined High-Risk MCL Subgroup Has “Dismal” Outcomes
The recent study on MCL reveals a promising approach in identifying high-risk patients through the combination of MIPI-c and p53 overexpression. This method may guide the development of targeted therapies and personalized treatment plans, addressing the unmet needs of those at the highest risk.
Hematology/Oncology August 21st 2023