Cancer represents a global health challenge. It affects everyone regardless of gender, or even social status and is a tremendous burden for patients, families, friends, and societies. According to the European Cancer Information System, the incidence of cancer in Europe […]
Today is World DNA Day, the annual, global celebration of the discovery of the DNA double helix structure. This year is even more special, as we are celebrating both the 20th anniversary of the Human Genome Project’s completion and the 70th anniversary of the discovery of the DNA double helix.
The introduction of telemedicine overnight (after years of procrastination) represented a step forward, but an incomplete one, in the absence of integration with other data sources: electronic files, wearable devices, or other mini devices used at home by chronic patients, to monitor the evolution of the disease.
There is no greater barrier against innovation than searching and inventorying good practices from everywhere and trying to implement them as such, without nuance, in completely different social, economic and cultural environments.
Centre for Innovation in Medicine aimed and succeeded to be a place where we learn continuously, where we attract smart and curious people, where we build long-term projects and catalyze partnerships for the benefit of citizens.
Covid-19 and the pandemic. Building forward better.