Making Breast Cancer Treatments Cheaper & Faster

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Scientists waging war against breast cancer have a new reason to smile.

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a sophisticated computational method to determine how gene networks are “rewired” at the moment healthy breast cells turn malignant. It also can determine how the cells respond to potential cancer therapy treatments.

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Podcast: Subbu Arumugam, Health Tech & Health 2.0


I sat down with Subbu Arumugam of Health 2.0 last week at 1871. We had a great conversation about the background on Health IT, the different sectors and the challenges they are facing. It was a really interesting conversation, and a great overview about what is happening here in Chicago. This is episode #2 for our podcast series.