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Healthcare cybersecurity: risk management posture with patient care at the center

Denise Anderson is president of the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (H-ISAC), USA. She spoke to us about her perspective on Healthcare Cybersecurity, the value of information sharing, and the paradigm shift the industry requires in light of new risks brought about by rapid innovation.

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Identifying biomarkers to track tumour burden in patient blood

There is a huge need to identify biomarkers to discern which metastatic colorectal cancer patients will benefit from treatment using Regorafenib. Despite being the latest approved drugs for the disease, Regorafenib has limited clinical efficacy and is associated with a number of side effects. However, a lot of patients are treated with Regorafenib as it is the only treatment available for patients who cannot receive anti-EGFR treatment due to K-RAS or BRAF mutation.

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Determining the fate of cells with Flow Cytometry

The ability to measure multiple forms of cell death simultaneously represents a significant development for such techniques. I have been using antibodies and more specific forms of dyes to identify mitochondrial activity and reactive oxygen in roughly fifty populations, whereas normally it would only be able to measure one at a time. I will be discussing this work at the Flow Cytometry Congress, and it could prove enormously beneficial to drug and immunotherapy development.

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Using customer needs to drive Blockchain innovation

Manuela Maria Schöner, part of the Corporate Strategy & Consulting division at Boehringer Ingelheim, spoke to us recently about her work with blockchain. She described her perspective on the use of data in the industry, and how Blockchain could become a key tool in meeting the needs of the primary stakeholders: patients.

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The EMA reflection paper on chronic liver disease and its implications for drug development in NASH

The European Medicines Agency published a “Reflection paper on chronic liver diseases (PBC, PSC, and NASH)” in Autumn 2018. Elmer Schabel gives a detailed display of the contents of this first regulatory guidance with regard to NASH, as well as a preliminary evaluation of the initial feedback and input received by stakeholders.

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How should healthcare stakeholders differentiate hype from reality with blockchain technology?

In my previous post, I discussed the likely applications of Blockchain technology in the short, medium, and long-term future. These applications follow on from the key strategic priorities necessitated by the healthcare industry’s trend towards digital decentralized care delivery models.

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How do we build the solutions that will transform healthcare’s future?

We are building the solutions that will revolutionise healthcare in the future: solutions that will transform the trust relationship between the industry and patients, and the whole dynamic of healthcare. As co-founder of 23 Consulting, I am involved in supporting health organisations with their blockchain projects.

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What Digital Pathology can learn from Radiology

Radiology is ahead of the curve because they’ve had CAD (Computer Aided Detection) for about 20 years. Radiology as a field has therefore had experience of introducing and integrating AI algorithms.

In my previous post, I talked about high-level cross imaging modalities. Here, I will discuss three challenges specific to pathology. I also work with Radiology imaging, and I think that comparisons between the two can help see how pathology might develop in the future.

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