Latest news from The Englander Institute for Precision Medicine:
In order to benefit from the latest advances in precision medicine, Himisha Beltran, M.D., has to subject her prostate cancer patients to invasive biopsies that can be painful, expensive, difficult to perform, and not always feasible.
But she is hoping to harness new genomic sequencing technologies to track tumor activity from a simple blood draw, and a $1 million grant from the Prostate Cancer Foundation may help make the dream a clinical reality.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Virtual reality is just not for the gaming world as doctors are using it to help treat cancer patients.
CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported the technology allows doctors to get inside a patient's cancer and pinpoint the cause.