What’s the deal with diet and cancer immunotherapy?

A healthy gut microbiome, achieved through proper diet,…


Swedish study shows reduced risk of cervical cancer with HPV quadrivalent vaccine

The risk of cervical cancer is further reduced when the…


High microbiome diversity in the female reproductive tract linked to cervical cancer

Cervical Lactobacillus bacteria may protect against…


How do vaccines work and which ones are the most common?

Learn about the different vaccine types, some of which…


COPD and Smoking Could Increase Your Risk of Severe COVID-19

Compared to former smokers, current smokers are 1.45…


What’s the Deal with Cancer Screening? Colonoscopy Edition

Why and when you should get a colonoscopy.


What’s the Deal with Cancer Screening? Cervical Cancer Edition

Pap smears are still the best method for early detection…


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What’s the Deal with Electronic Cigarettes?

You might be shocked to find out what is in e-cigarette…


By bringing together many different types and sources of patient data together in one place with high powered computing, physicians and researchers can begin to develop better ways to treat the right patients at the right times with the most effective interventions, given individual factors like cancer genetic information, tumor stage, demographic information, lifestyle factors and more.

What’s the Deal with Using Computer Modeling to Predict Disease Outcomes?

High-powered computing is allowing researchers to better…