Tag Archives: American Cancer Society

AI continues creeping into the clinic as it diagnoses skin cancer better than expert dermatologists, new research shows. What’s next?

The News: Skin cancer was found to be diagnosed more accurately by artificial intelligence than experienced dermatologists in a new international study. Researchers tested a form of machine learning known as a deep… Read more »

New study says family history increases breast-cancer risk, even among older women. US mammogram guidelines need updating–soon.

The News: Women are more likely to develop breast cancer when a mother or sister had this disease, and the risk associated with family history doesn’t diminish regardless of age,… Read more »

Boomer Alert: You need not die from metastatic prostate cancer. Breakthrough findings point to new treatment approach.

The News: Obesity is linked to prostate cancer, scientists know, but it’s not been clear-cut why. Last week, however, researchers reported a surprising connection. When prostate cancers lose a particular… Read more »

Indy’s Eli Lilly making noise with cancer push; Brickyard neighbor revving its drug-discovery engine

I’ve been to the headquarters of Eli Lilly & Co.–about 15 minutes (or about 5 miles) from the “Brickyard” where the Indianapolis 500 is run each year. The racing is… Read more »