Franklin Huang

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Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

May 8, 2014
re: Bernard's question, I can only speak to the sites where I've visited and worked but I imagine at least in low-income settings, the experience is similar in that access to immunohistochemistry and ER/PR testing is nonexistent or extremely limited; In some of the sub-Saharan countries, if there is a ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

May 8, 2014
Regarding Sandeep's comment, this is clearly an area of need and one GO is trying to address through a secure, web-based Collaboration and Advising Platform (CAP). This is a portal that GO is piloting because of a great collaboration with the company Best Doctors that has provided us with this ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

May 7, 2014
In my work with GO and through experiences on the ground in settings in Uganda and Rwanda and elsewhere, there is a strong need for accurate and rapid diagnostic technologies to make pathologic diagnoses that are essential for cancer care. POC diagnostics that could make accurate diagnoses would be enormously ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

May 5, 2014
Hi everyone, As an introduction, my name is Franklin Huang and I am the co-founder of Global Oncology, Inc and a fellow in hematology & oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. I am also a cancer researcher based at the Broad Institute with a focus on cancers that affect underserved populations. ...


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