Precision Medicine and the Reinvention of Human Disease (Book Index)
In January, 2018, Academic Press published my bookPrecision Medicine and the Reinvention of Human Disease. This book has an excellent " look inside " at itsGoogle book site, which includes the Table of Contents. In addition, I thought it might be helpful to see the topics listed in the Book ' s index. Note that page numbers followed by f indicate figures, t indicate tables, and ge indicate glossary terms.AAbandonware, 270, 310geAb initio, 34, 48ge, 108geABL (abelson leukemia) gene, 28, 58ge, 95 –97Absidia corymbifera, 218Acanthameoba, 213Acanthosis nigricans, 144geAchondroplasia, 74, 143ge, 354geAcne, 54ge, 198, 220geAcq...
Source: Specified Life - January 23, 2018 Category: Information Technology Tags: index jules berman jules j berman precision medicine Source Type: blogs

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour : RadioPath Correlation
Discussing the Radiology and Pathological aspects of GIST in a integrated medical teaching videoFamous Radiology Blog http://www.sumerdoc.blogspot.com TeleRad Providers at www.teleradproviders.com Mail us at sales@teleradproviders.com (Source: Sumer's Radiology Site)
Source: Sumer's Radiology Site - December 19, 2017 Category: Radiology Authors: Sumer Sethi Source Type: blogs

Progress against cancer? Let's think about it.
It is difficult to pick up a newspaper these days without reading an article proclaiming progress in the field of cancer research. Here is an example, taken from an article posted on the MedicineNet site (1). The lead-off text is: "Statistics (released in 1997) show that cancer patients are living longer and even "beating" the disease. Information released at an AMA sponsored conference for science writers, showed that the death rate from the dreaded disease has decreased by three percent in the last few years. In the 1940s only one patient in four survived on the average. By the 1960s, that figure was up to one in th...
Source: Specified Life - March 25, 2016 Category: Information Technology Tags: cancer cancer cure cancer statistics cancer treatments orphan diseases progress in cancer research rare diseases Source Type: blogs

Progress against cancer? Let's think about it.
It is difficult to pick up a newspaper these days without reading an article proclaiming progress in the field of cancer research. Here is an example, taken from an article posted on the MedicineNet site (1). The lead-off text is: " Statistics (released in 1997) show that cancer patients are living longer and even " beating " the disease. Information released at an AMA sponsored conference for science writers, showed that the death rate from the dreaded disease has decreased by three percent in the last few years. In the 1940s only one patient in four survived on the average. By the 1960s, that figure was up to one i...
Source: Specified Life - March 25, 2016 Category: Information Technology Tags: cancer cancer cure cancer statistics cancer treatments orphan diseases progress in cancer research rare diseases Source Type: blogs

FDA approves Stivarga for GIST
Familiar with GIST? gastrointestinal stromal tumors GIST Today, the FDA announced the approval of Stivarga (regorafenib) to treat patients with advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) that cannot be surgically removed and no longer respond to other FDA-approved treatments for this disease. Learn more here. (Source: Medicine and Technology by Dr. Joseph Kim)
Source: Medicine and Technology by Dr. Joseph Kim - February 26, 2013 Category: Technology Consultants Tags: FDA new drugs oncology cancer Novartis Source Type: blogs