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Andrew Smith, MD Develops Groundbreaking AI for Radiology
Andrew Smith, MD Develops Groundbreaking AI for Radiology

Andrew Smith MD, PhD, doesn't refer to the AI he helped to develop as artificial intelligence.

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Easing the Suffering of Serious Illnesses
Easing the Suffering of Serious Illnesses

For physicians who went into medicine to save lives and heal people, one of the greatest frustrations they face is when they run out of options for a patient's cure.

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Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute
Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute

In less than two centuries, medical science has accomplished miracles--vaccines, anesthesia, antibiotics and now even heart and face transplants. It has saved millions.

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Sequencing Cancer: HudsonAlpha Joins ORIEN Avatar Collaboration
Sequencing Cancer: HudsonAlpha Joins ORIEN Avatar Collaboration

For patients with advanced stage cancer, time is life.

HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology has joined 13 of the nation's top cancer research centers in the Oncology Research Information Exchange Network® (ORIEN), a collaboration to accelerate clinical development and discovery of treatments for advanced-stage cancers.

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Dr. Jack Dabbs at 81:
Dr. Jack Dabbs at 81: "Medicine Has Been Good to Me"
On a recent weekday morning, a lot more people than usual were passing through the offices of Dr. Jack Dabbs, an ENT whose building is on Lomb Avenue near Princeton Baptist Medical Center.
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