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  • Researchers Use AI To Train CNNs To Classify Breast Tumors

    Diagnostics World News | A recent study using AI to classify breast masses as either benign or malignant raises some interesting questions for biology and some promising avenues of exploration for the future of machine learning.

    Aug 5, 2019
  • Illumina, PAREXEL, Caris Life Sciences, And More: News From July 2019

    Diagnostics World News | July featured news, products, and partnerships from around the diagnostics community from numerous companies, universities, and organizations, including Illumina, PAREXEL, Caris Life Sciences, and more.

    Jul 31, 2019
  • Distinguishing Oneself In The Dense Diagnostic Arena

    Diagnostics World News | As the diagnostic arena continues to reinvent itself and define new business models for driving cost-effective and improved patient outcomes, it can often be difficult for a startup to differentiate itself.

    Jul 26, 2019
  • NIMBLE Could Make Liver Biopsy For Diagnosing NASH Obsolete

    Diagnostics World News | A new public-private consortium is collaborating on a project whose chief objective is an FDA-qualified composite biomarker for diagnosing nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).

    Jul 24, 2019
  • The Long Evolution Of CAR-T Assays

    Diagnostics World News | The evolution of CAR-T cell study has been a long process. Preet Chaudhary works to overcome these limitations, and for the past seven years, has been developing assays that cut through current limitations.

    Jul 19, 2019
  • IoT In Diagnostics: How Close Are We?

    Diagnostics World News | The potential the Internet of Things (IoT) presents in healthcare is obvious: myriad sensors relaying patient information and data directly to the researchers and physicians for fast, accurate diagnosis and treatment. However, the story of IoT's integration into healthcare is similar to the story of other technologies and their impact in the life sciences—long and slow-paced.

    Jul 19, 2019
  • Stanford's Primary Care Model To Add Digital Health, Genetic Tests

    Diagnostics World News | Planned enhancements to the primary care model of Stanford Health Care will blend the workflow of its Center for Personalized Wellness with the "democratization of healthcare" features of the All of Us Research Program of the National Institutes of Health. The focus is on detecting disease earlier, strengthening patient-provider relationships and deploying the latest health technology.

    Jul 16, 2019
  • Scientists Close In On Blood Test For Alzheimer's

    STAT | At the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, half a dozen research groups gave new results on various experimental tests, including one that seems 88% accurate at indicating Alzheimer's risk.

    Jul 15, 2019
  • Biomarkers In Pharma: Speakers At Upcoming Conference Talk Biomarkers

    Diagnostics World News | The Next Generation Diagnostics Summit aims to "Advance Diagnostics Together", and this year, the event brings top pharma from around to world to work closely with key players, fostering relationships, and continuing conversations that will improve patient care with cutting-edge technology and biomarkers that will bring life-saving medicine to market.

    Jul 11, 2019