It seems I cant go more than a few weeks without hearing about someone a friend, a relative, a business acquaintance who has been diagnosed with cancer. Thats the bad news. The good news is that, in general, their chances of survival are getting better by the day.
Society is slowing winning the war against cancer. Thats due in part to better health habits......Full article >>>
le with cancers at many sites
Wisconsin bioscience companies are a part of this revolution. Here are a few examples:
TomoTherapy in Madison is one of a handful of companies worldwide that makes specialized radiation machines for treating cancer. TomoTherapys Hi-Art system pinpoints tumors, firing narrow but concentrated beams of radiation at the cancer. Radiation levels drop o......Full article >>>
ogram of the National Cancer Institute to test a chemotherapeutic agent that can monitor proliferation of cancer cells.
NovaScan in Milwaukee, co-winner of the 2004 Governors Business Plan Contest, has developed a technology that can help distinguish benign from malignant tumors by measuring electrical activity.
These companies are at different stages of research, development, ......Full article >>>
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