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new innovations are upending traditional thinking and power
structures in the development of treatments and the delivery of
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Each month, Carolyn speaks with the innovators-of-the-moment revealing the twists and trials involved in moving medicine forward. This quick, work-break series explores what drives individuals to take on the status quo and just what barriers lie on the path to wide-scale adoption.
Episode 2 - Speed Reading the Brain
Is it Parkinson's Disease or Essential Tremor? For the 10 million
people in the United States living with a tremor disorder, they'll
need brain imaging for proper diagnosis. But, there are issues
with today's imaging technology—it is time consuming (think
hours). Likeminds developed an agent that can get you the same
reading, in minutes.
How does this imaging agent impact healthcare costs? What are the patient benefits? Which diseases do we hope to get earlier diagnosis for? Likeminds CEO Peter Savas shares the future of brain imaging.
Episode 1 - Facial Recognition in Rare
On average, a patient with a rare disease takes 4.8 years to find
a correct diagnosis. For patients and families searching for
answers, this wait can be agonizing. FDNA's Face2Gene technology
is helping to change the standard of care and shorten the time to
diagnosis - all through the use of a smartphone.
How did this novel tool come to be? What was the path to adoption like? FDNA former CEO Dekel Gelbman shares his team's story and the impact they hope to leave on the medical world.