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|Posted on September 1, 2019 at 11:04 AM|
Every year, Pathologists diagnose 14 million new patients with cancer around the world. That’s millions of people who’ll face years of uncertainty.
Pathologists have been performing cancer diagnoses and prognoses for decades. Most pathologists have a 96–98% success rate for diagnosing cancer. They’re pretty good at that part.
The problem comes in the next part. According to the Oslo University Hospital, the accuracy of prognoses is only 60% for pathologists. A prognosis is the part of a biopsy that comes after cancer has been diagnosed, it is predicting the development of the disease.
It’s time for the next step to be taken in pathology.Introducing Machine Learning....
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