Precision Medicine

LSU cancer precision medicine

Photo via LSU Health

By Bernie Monegain 01:28 pm October 09, 2017
Two centers will share a $2 million National Cancer Institute grant to study cancer health disparities.
Cher sues Soon-Shiong

Cher is suing Patrick Soon-Shiong. Photo via Twitter and Twitter

By Jessica Davis 11:31 am October 02, 2017
The legendary singer claims Soon-Shiong and other Altor board members hid the success of a promising cancer and AIDS/HIV drug.
gene editing and cellular therapies
By Mike Miliard 03:37 pm September 29, 2017
21st Century Cures Act is helping drive expansion in the cellular therapies, with the field valued at $25 billion.
precision medicine nurses
By Mike Miliard 02:13 pm September 29, 2017
A new website from National Human Genome Research Institute aims to help RNs integrate genomics into their patient care.

Oregon Health & Science University. Photo via Cacophony, Wikimedia

By Tom Sullivan 03:57 pm September 28, 2017
Oregon Health & Science University will run analytics against clinical data to deliver decision support to clinicians.

Indiana University School of Medicine

By Tom Sullivan 11:58 am September 28, 2017
The organizations will build a repository for precision and personalized medicine that they hope new startups will use to innovate.
By Bernie Monegain 10:12 am September 22, 2017
The startup has the only FDA authorization for direct-to-consumer genetic tests.
Swedish Cancer precision medicine

Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle. Photo via Google Maps

By Bill Siwicki 01:55 pm September 14, 2017
The machine learning and data-sharing effort is designed to strengthen, accelerate and potentially expand the delivery of precision medicine in breast cancer care.
WuXi NextCODE

Rob Brainin will serve as the executive vice president and chief operating officer of WuXi NextCODE.

By Bernie Monegain 03:45 pm September 13, 2017
Company will continue to push toward digitizing, managing and analyzing genomic big data.
Intermountain Precision Genomics
By Bernie Monegain 01:34 pm September 07, 2017
RxMatch, a new service for Intermountain care providers, allows physicians to use patients’ genomics to find the right antidepressant faster than using existing trial-and-error methods.

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