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Artificial intelligence in personalized medicine, advances in genomic sequencing, human brain organogenesis, building trust with patients, guiding patient decisions using mass spectrometry, and much more to be explored at the 2022 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Exposition

ChicagoAnd the 24 July 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At the 2022 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Expo, laboratory medicine experts will present the latest research and technology that is revolutionizing clinical testing and patient care. From July 24-28 in ChicagoOver 250 meeting sessions will provide insights on a wide range of healthcare topics in …

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Self-reflection is linked to improved cognition in later life and brain health

Summary: A new study finds that a person’s ability to self-reflex is linked to cognition and glucose metabolism later in life. Those who engage in more self-reflection have improved cognition, better overall brain health, and increased glucose metabolism later in life. source: UCL A new study led by UCLA researchers has found that self-reflection is …

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A new study finds that the worst drinking habits are making your brain age faster – don’t eat this

There are plenty of reasons to avoid drinking too much wine or beer, especially since Alcohol can be harmful to your health in different ways. However, you may now like it Stop drinking alcohol completely— or as much as possible — a recent study also found that even drinking a moderate amount can cause your …

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The writer is in Stowe, Vermont, in November 2021.

I am a brain cancer doctor. I thought I understood my patients – then I had a brain tumor.

When I heard the sounds of science fiction and the bellows of an MRI scanner, all I had in mind was a close affinity for the experience. As a neuro-oncologist, I often listened to my patients’ experiences with MRI machines, from loud noises to claustrophobic abyss, and saw their anxiety preceded the results. Although I …

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