“Don’t give up” – New innovative cancer research inspires hope
Every day, incredible progress is being made in cancer research – and with the help of technology, we have the potential to create change in bigger ways than we ever thought possible. New and innovative technologies like artificial intelligence, wearable and smart devices, and robotics can help revolutionize cancer care, especially when it comes to prevention and early detection.
That’s why, along with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Institute of Cancer Research, Brain Canada and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada, the Canadian Cancer Society has invested $4 million over the next year to fund 27 innovative research projects focused on preventing cancer and finding it early when it's often easier to treat.
We invited 3 of the researchers funded in this initiative to share how they're harnessing cutting-edge technology to inspire hope and change lives.