“Our Medical System is Stuck in the Dark Ages”: After Losing His Wife to a Rare Cancer, Vivek Wadhwa, One of The Most Influential Minds in Technology, Argues There’s a Better Way to Save Lives

Published Jun 24, 2019

“Our Medical System is Stuck in the Dark Ages”: After Losing His Wife to a Rare Cancer, Vivek Wadhwa, One of The Most Influential Minds in Technology, Argues There’s a Better Way to Save Lives

Wadhwa calls for wider use of something called patient-derived organoids, which allow researchers to test new drugs in tumor samples outside of patients' bodies.

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