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Medicine

Medicine

Entrepreneurs Gather To Give Cancer Patients a Taste of Hope

Jessica Abo sits down with Mark D. Friedman to discuss The American Cancer Society's 14th Annual Taste of Hope event.

How Cyril Moukarzel Is Using DNA to Create the Future of Personalized Medicine

Imagine being able to customize drugs to your genes. His company is making it happen.

Can a Cannabis-Based Drug Help Treat Dementia?

An important new study out of the UK will test Sativex's effectiveness on patients suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.

8 Industries Being Disrupted by Virtual Reality

As a consumer product VR is little more than a toy but commercial applications are quietly reshaping business.

Sean Parker Donates $250 Million to Fight Cancer

The Napster founder and former Facebook president created the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, which will focus on using the body's immune system to combat cancer cells.

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