Case Western, Picture Health partner to develop AI tools for lung cancer

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Case Western Reserve University signed an exclusive license agreement with Picture Health to develop AI technologies to help predict, diagnose, and treat lung cancer. 

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Thoracic surgeons and researchers at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine found that increasing numbers of patients undergoing cancer-removal lung surgery by “anatomic lung resections”—lobectomies or segmentectomies—are able to go home safely and without complications one day after the operation, thanks to growing rates of robot-assisted surgeries and improvements in patient-centered care protocols.