Mathematical Models and Supercomputers Helping to Advance Tailored Cancer Therapies

Mathematical Models and Supercomputers Helping to Advance Tailored Cancer Therapies
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are advancing cancer research using supercomputers and big data to model how cancer behaves — a technique that could be used to improve therapies for prostate cancer. Thomas Yankeelov, director of the Center for Computational Oncology at UT Austin, believes cancer research is rich in data but needs

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