Topic: personalized medicine
Cancer blood test company Epic Sciences raised $52 million to move its treatment-guiding liquid biopsies toward regulatory approval.
Researchers at Mount Sinai say they’ve identified two biomarkers that may improve the treatment of an aggressive subtype of bladder cancer.
The fund will invest in companies that tap into AI and the internet of things to deliver devices tailored to the biology and lifestyle of individuals.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have shown in animal models that reprogramming patients’ own skin cells may be an effective way to treat MS.
Notable Labs picked up $10 million for its service that helps identify combination treatments for blood cancer patients.
Singapore’s state-owned investment firm Temasek and Chinese internet tycoon Jack Ma-backed Yunfeng Capital have led a $75 million Series B into WuXi NextCODE.
Scientists at the University of Maryland have identified thousands of cancer-causing genetic mutations using a method that may lead to new targeted treatments.
Two new studies shed light on why some people burn the midnight oil while others go to sleep at a reasonable hour but toss and turn all night.
Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago are testing a way to repair damaged hearts by transforming skin cells into blood vessels.