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December 09, 2021

Making Cancer a Sitting Target

Cancer is personal on many levels. It is an attack on one’s life and family. It is an attack on the body from within. And it is a molecular attack, as the cancer cells arm themselves with genetic alterations that enable them to grow faster, live longer, and steal resources from normal, healthy cells that are just trying to do their jobs. Every individual’s cancer is unique, with its own set of molecular abnormalities that distinguish it from everyone else’s. Read now


October 07, 2021

The latest COVID-19 developments

Is the Delta variant more transmissible than other strains? The Delta variant has been shown to spread at a faster rate1 than other known SARS-CoV-2 variants and is much more infectious than the Alpha variant. Studies suggest that key genetic changes, such as the L452R mutation, may enhance the ability of the virus to infect human cells. The Delta variant replicates more efficiently in the body, leading to a viral load that can be... Read now

Case Study

May 18, 2021

Preventative Action Reduces Clotting Risk

The risk of blood clots is associated with many activities and health conditions, including smoking, long airline flights, birth control pills, diabetes, and cancer. It’s especially important to determine whether cancer patients have any additional conditions that further increase their likelihood of developing a blood clot. In this case study, when our cancer patient Bob developed symptoms consistent with a blood clot, we acted immediately. Read now
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