The Future of Cancer Research
Lydia Montagnese

I was talking with a biostatician/doctor friend recently who was making some similar points. He was saying that there is SO much health data locked away that we are unable to use for research and analysis, and the reason for that is both red tape and a general resistance towards melding the more traditional medical field with innovations in tech and AI. So to me it sounds like 1) Medicine needs to become more agile and flexible to make room for innovation and 2) we need more smart people who can excel in both domains and help bridge the divide between the two.

Great post!!

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