While precision medicine has been a modern go-to approach by physicians in various malignancies, it is demonstrating a particular benefit in ovarian cancer, especially using the method for clinical trial enrollment and in determining whether patients are eligible to receive … Read more
By: Laura L. Holman, MD, MS
We’ve come a long way in treating ovarian cancer. This treatment has historically consisted of debulking surgery for nearly every patient, but it is evolving to become more informed and precise. Diagnostic laparoscopy, for … Read more
Medical science is more advanced than at any point in history. Yet the health care system — medical science applied to actual patients — still leaves many people without the best and latest treatments.
For example, new knowledge about health … Read more
The University of California, San Francisco announced last week that the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine (CIAPM) will provide $7.2 million in new funding to support to new precision medicine research projects.
The CIAPM was established in 2015 with … Read more
By: Annette McElhiney
Nearly everyone has heard the term Precision Medicine. However most of us have only a shallow understanding of what precision medicine means. To fully understand, go to the government web site and read the President’s initiative in … Read more
By: Cory Bentley, PhD
The Society for Gynecological Oncology (SGO) Meeting this March in San Diego brought together physicians and scientists from all over the world to share the latest research, treatments, and thinking in gynecological cancers including ovarian. Clearity … Read more