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Medicine

Wearable Cancer Detection Tests 1-2% Of Blood Over 2 Hours

Posted in Medicine on 15th May, 2019
by Alex Muller

Tumors can release more than 1,000 cancer cells into the bloodstream in a single minute.

Promising New Alzheimer's Drug Passes First Phase Of Human Trials

Posted in Medicine, Science on 14th May, 2019
by Alex Muller

These trials will inevitably take years to complete before it becomes clear whether the drug actually works in human patients, or whether PRI-002 will become yet another chapter in the ever-growing compendium of failed Alzheimer's drugs.

Nvidia’s AI Tech Set To Analyze Medical Scans For UK’s Public Health System

Posted in Medicine, Software on 13th May, 2019
by Alex Muller

With the potential to analyze medical imaging faster and more accurately than human beings, the race is on to develop AI that can perform the most time-consuming aspect of radiological interpretation for practitioners.

Striking Study Reveals How Dietary Fats Enter The Brain And Cause Depression

Posted in Medicine on 13th May, 2019
by Alex Muller

"We often use fatty food to comfort ourselves as it tastes really good, however in the long term, this is likely to affect one's mood in a negative way"

How Scorpion Venom Is Helping Surgeons Detect Brain Cancer

Posted in Medicine on 13th May, 2019
by Alex Muller

A new imaging technique designed to help surgeons identify the location of malignant brain tumors during surgery is showing promising early clinical trial results