As one of the earliest providers of COVID-19 testing to the
greater Bay Area, Stanford Health Care has conducted nearly
75,000 tests for the local community and continues to be a
leading resource. (med.stanford.edu)
A newly approved treatment, tested in the Bay Area, could soon be
making the lives of thousands of people a lot steadier. It’s able
to smooth out severe shaking, right in front of a patient’s eyes.
(ABC 7 News)
Many cancer patients are familiar with radiation therapy, in
which beams of electrons are used to kill cancer cells. But
photon beams can also adversely affect neighboring normal tissue.
This toxicity limits both the dose that can be delivered and the
size of the tumor that can be treated effectively.
Stanford Cancer Center cuts patient wait times by 30 percent at
peak times at its infusion centers with the deployment of a data
analytics platform that uses data science and optimization
algorithms. (HealthCare Informatics)
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