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Cancer stories

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AI app accurately detects laryngeal cancer using voice data
Last month
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A revolutionary AI application uses sound data to detect laryngeal cancer with 80% accuracy, marking a breakthrough in cancer diagnosis tech.
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NetEvents 2023: Openwater's revolutionary disease approach
Thu, 16th Feb 2023
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it in healthcare
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Dr Mary Lou Jepsen, Chairman of Openwater, reveals how the company's technology could revolutionise cancer treatment.
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James Arnold from Dell New Zealand shares his cancer story
Wed, 27th Oct 2021
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network infrastructure
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Dell Technologies director, James Arnold, prepares for a stem cell transplant amidst his battle with Mantle Cell Lymphoma.
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ReedPop reaches $100k fundraising target for Cure Cancer
Fri, 4th Dec 2020
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Let’s hope that more of us are inspired to encourage the researchers who will face life-long challenges to unwrap the mysteries surrounding cancer.
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Malcolm Benjamin: A true gentleman, loyal as they come
Tue, 11th Jul 2017
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telecommunications
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fitness
Telecommunications stalwart Malcolm Benjamin, who lost his battle with cancer on Saturday, is being remembered as a loyal, genuine 'true gentleman'.
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Vaughan Nankivell: A man who was passionate in all he did
Tue, 31st Jan 2017
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business
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nz
Vaughan Nankivell is being remembered as a man who threw himself into life and was passionate about all he did.
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GlycoSyn seeks new customers for drug ingredient worth 20 times more than gold
Wed, 5th Nov 2014
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physical security
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cancer
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intellectual property
GlycoSyn is seeking new global customers for kifunensine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of a drug for the treatment of rare genetic disorders.
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Study into cellphones and cancer released Tuesday - Updated
Fri, 14th May 2010
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A 10-year study involving 13 countries, including New Zealand, into possible links between cellphone use and cancer will be published next week.