Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new type of cancer therapy. The technology targets mucins, sugar-coated proteins that help cancer cells to metastasize and avoid the immune system. In particular, mucins enable cancer…Continue Reading
The electrocardiogram (ECG) is the most frequently performed cardiovascular diagnostic test, but it is unclear how much information resting ECGs contain about long term cardiovascular risk. Here we report that a deep convolutional neural…Continue Reading
By Shania Kennedy
September 06, 2023 – Researchers from Stanford have leveraged pathology images and comments from Twitter, now known as X, to develop a large public dataset and artificial intelligence (AI) model for pathology image…Continue Reading
A new study on BeMe Health, a behavioral health platform for teens, found that the app has high engagement and that users report it’s helpful for their mental health.
Miami-based BeMe Health offers skill-building activities…
RefleXion Medical has successfully treated its inaugural cancer patient using SCINTIX biology-guided radiotherapy at Stanford Medicine Cancer Center. SCINTIX therapy, a radiopharmaceutical-driven approach, tailors treatment based on tumor biology. This milestone marks autonomous radiotherapy’s…Continue Reading
Recent HIMSS Davies Award winners, including Stanford Medicine, Saint Luke’s, Mackenzie Health, and China Medical University Hospital, are recognized for their innovative use of technology and information to improve healthcare quality. Stanford Medicine employs…Continue Reading
HIMSS this month has been spotlighting the most recent recipients of the HIMSS Davies Award of Excellence, which recognizes health systems for their “innovative, thoughtful applications of information and technology” toward improved patient outcomes…Continue Reading
Epic is leading healthcare data exchange progress with Mayo Clinic, Kaiser, and Stanford Health, fostering nationwide information sharing. Matt Doyle, Epic’s interoperability software development lead, discusses their Quality Health Information Network (QHIN) efforts. Over…Continue Reading
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Students from Stanford University School of Engineering robotics team designed robotic puppies, known as ‘The Pupper Robots,’ that helps calm and distract young pediatric patients during routine and…Continue Reading
Nesa obtains US FDA 510(k) for fibroid mapping techIndian femtech Nesa Medtech has received the United States Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for its fibroid mapping tool.
Its Fibroid Mapping Reviewer Application assists in…