Month: February 2014

New hope in the fight against neuroblastoma!

I knew those extra computer cycles would pay off someday! If you’re not participating in some way, you should. They have a bunch of worthy research. Our research team at the Chiba Cancer Center in Japan has been working to develop a new treatment for neuroblastoma. With the help of volunteers participating in the IBM World Community Grid initiative, we […]

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Researchers develop smartglasses that help surgeons see cancerous cells

Something like this would be very good to have for Neuroblastoma. One of the concerns I had with Ben’s first relapse was making sure that the surgeon got out all of the cancer. We even had Dr. Laqualia, at Sloan Kettering, open Ben again to make sure it was all gone. This would make a skilled surgeon a master, for […]

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