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Examining the variation in cancer care

As medicine moves forward cancer marches on, killing nearly 2 million Europeans every year.

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Keeping pace with patient-centric care in oncology

Watson for Oncology is keeping pace with patient-centric care in the oncology specialty.

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Watson for Oncology patient story: Bharati's cancer journey

Hear from Bharati on how her oncologists leveraged the insights from Watson for Oncology to develop her treatment plan.

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Watson for Oncology patient story: Bharati's cancer journey

Hear from Bharati on how her oncologists leveraged the insights from Watson for Oncology to develop her treatment plan.

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The changing landscape of Oncology

Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Tufia Haddad and IBM Watson Health’s Dr. Jennifer Payne discuss how technology will disrupt Oncology.

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Keeping pace with patient-centric care in oncology

Watson for Oncology is keeping pace with patient-centric care in the oncology specialty.

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Concordance rates of 96% for lung, 81% for colon and 93% for rectal cancer cases

Early experience with IBM Watson for Oncology (WFO) cognitive computing system for lung and colorectal cancer treatment.

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Cognitive computing in oncology: A qualitative assessment of Watson for Oncology

Cognitive computing in oncology: A qualitative assessment of IBM Watson for Oncology in Mexico.

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Realized concordance rate of 83% for multiple cancer types

Concordance assessment of a cognitive computing system in Thailand.

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Concordance and decision impact using AI in high-risk breast cancer

Concordance, decision impact and guidelines adherence using artificial intelligence in high-risk breast cancer.

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Examining the variation in cancer care

As medicine moves forward cancer marches on, killing nearly 2 million Europeans every year.

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