by Jack D. Hidary
It is time for a complete revolution in how we treat cancer. The current trifecta of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy has yielded marginal improvements in outcomes, but will not provide long-term positive results for the growing number of cancer cases in society.
The good news is that we have new tools at hand. Each of these needs further development, but this is where we should be focused. Here are four tools worth spending time and money on to bring to the fore of cancer treatment:
1/ Immunotherapy; 2/ Genomics; 3/ Nanomedicine; and 4/ Machine learning