A new algorithm can predict which genes cause cancer, even if their DNA sequence is not changed. A team of researchers combined a wide variety of data, analyzed it with 'Artificial Intelligence' and identified numerous cancer genes. This opens up new perspectives for targeted cancer therapy in personalized medicine and for the development of biomarkers.
A personalized cancer vaccine raised no safety concerns and showed potential benefit in patients with different cancers, including lung and bladder, that have a high risk of recurrence, according to results from an investigator-initiated phase I clinical trial.
Dr. Dan Andreae of Toronto, Canada, has been recognized as One of the World's Greatest Influencers of Modern Medicine and Science for his exemplary achievements in the field of Health Care Education and Advocacy.