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OncoHost develops personalized strategies to maximize the success of cancer therapy.
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OncoHost May 15
According to recent studies immunotherapy has proven to be an effective treatment before surgery for breast cancer patients. The big question is how can we identify the patients that will actually benefit from the treatment
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OncoHost May 14
We're looking forward to sharing new data on Host Response Profiling for Melanoma Patients at the 2020 Annual Meeting! Find out more:
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OncoHost May 12
Global collaborative cancer research initiatives have provided a very large volume of data. As a result, it is crucial to have a system in place to manage and integrate this information turning it into clinical insights.
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OncoHost May 12
The emphasis in the fight against cancer is primarily on treatment. However, the next revolution in cancer management is diagnostics, from early detection to treatment strategies. Precision medicine is the next tsunami in Oncology. Read more:
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OncoHost Apr 27
According to research published in , applying artificial intelligence tools to standard CT scans could help predict tumor response in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Read more:
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OncoHost Apr 19
“Now is the time. The patients have been waiting long enough.” discusses the benefit and the need for personalized treatment alongside some of the struggles we have faced getting there.
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OncoHost Apr 16
In an interview with Laura Lansdowne and of OncoHost CEO, Ofer Sharon had the opportunity to highlight the science behind developing personalized strategies for successful cancer therapy. To read the interview:
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OncoHost Apr 15
Have you ever heard of personalized medicine? Now is a good time to get familiar with it, it’s the future of pharma, here’s why:
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OncoHost Apr 1
Personalized cancer care treatment can be the difference between remission and exacerbating the situation. Breast cancer survivor Bonnie Annis, discusses our revolutionary new research that will revolutionize . Read more:
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OncoHost Mar 27
Meningiomas are the most common primary central nervous system tumor. A new study shows that the power of can help doctors treating patients with Meningiomas find the most effective treatment. Learn more:
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OncoHost Mar 26
An exciting new use of and sensors quickly scans for tumors and may take radiation out of breast cancer screening, potentially saving lives. Learn more:
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OncoHost Mar 11
Advancement in AI is making it easier to detect and diagnose , however challenges still exist. Learn more:
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OncoHost Mar 9
Scientists can now study how cells interact with all cell types using mini-tumor models. We are excited to see how this medical technology breakthrough will impact cancer patient lives.
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OncoHost Mar 4
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OncoHost Mar 2
Read about a new method being implemented by researchers and scientists that reduces tumor size.
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OncoHost Feb 24
Professor Yuval Shaked has spent the last 15 years finding a solution for predictive cancer care. OncoHost is at the forefront of cancer care technology which provides tailored cancer treatment, which can be all the difference for patients.
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Science|Business Feb 21
Israeli researcher, , is taking a bold approach to precision medicine aiming to undermine ’s defence mechanisms. Backed by grants, Shaked is developing novel methods to fight cancer resistance & recurrence 🔬
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OncoHost Feb 19
Host response profiling is changing the way precision medical care is being processed in oncology. Learn more about how OncoHost is paving the way for better cancer treatment for the future and today.
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RayBiotech Feb 18
Proud to be working with Prof. Yuval Shaked and in the fight to end
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OncoHost Feb 18
2019 was a big year for cancer research. We’re honored to have been named in the top 5 medical advances of this past year. Looking forward to the next big advancements 2020 holds.
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