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A dog’s sensitive nose is more accurate in diagnosing prostate cancer than an electronic nose designed for the task.
Adolescents and young adults are using mobile devices to document the impact of cancer and its treatment on their quality of life.
A novel artificial intelligence device known as GI Genius could detect precancerous polyps that clinicians may otherwise overlook.
Radflix, a new technology from the Colorado University Cancer Center, offers young patients comfort and a sense of control during therapy.
COVID-19 vaccine’s mRNA technology could one day help treat cancer.
Vaccines that stimulate immune responses against cancer using the mRNA technology may be fast-acting and cheap to make.
Machine-learning prompts could encourage oncologists to help patients with high-risk cancers make informed decisions.
The free OncCOVID app calculates mortality risk should care be postponed.
“Everyone has a different stake in all this, and it all seems to be tied to financial gain.”
RT America has been exaggerating the health hazards of new high-speed cell phone signals, spreading fear about U.S. tech.
Alexa can now securely transmit and receive personalized medical information.
Some experts argue the radiation emitted from Bluetooth devices is dangerous.
New tech is giving scientists unprecedented insights into single cells’ inner workings.
More people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year in the United States than all other cancers combined.
“No one has examined the geography of a tumor in this level of detail before,” say researchers.
An estimated 10 percent of people who access their records online end up requesting corrections—for a variety of reasons.
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