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Paige details first AI pathology tech with clinical-grade accuracy in new research paper
Researchers associated with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and medical tech and computational pathology startup Paige have published a new article in the peer-reviewed medical journal Nature
Boing Boing presents: Skeleton Boy, a moving short documentary about the life, death and afterlife of Harry Eastlack, star of the Mutter Museum
Philadelphia's Mutter Museum (previously) is one of my favorite museums in the world: built from the private collection of pathologist Dr Thomas Dent (who aggregated the collections of many other
I survived the casteism of senior doctors—not everyone can
Do not sully your profession.
Deep Lens raises $14 million to improve clinical trial recruitment with AI
Deep Lens, a Columbus, Ohio-based startup developing a precision medicine software suite, has raised $14 million in funding.
Psychologists who studied shame around the world say it’s an essential part of being human
There’s a school of thought that says shame is a social construct: We only learn to feel inadequate and exposed because our particular culture sends…
Ancient DNA reveals the secrets of a devastating European disease
Comparison with modern strains offers glimpses of the pathogen's evolutionary history.
How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn’t figure it out
Examiners found a sticker on his thigh identifying him with "Project Vigilant."
It's Still Taking Too Long For Americans With HIV to Get Diagnosed
A new report from the US Centers for Disease Control shows that, while detection rates are improving, a surprising number of Americans live with HIV for a protracted period of time before it gets