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ISB, Lee Hood on Forbes.com

John Nosta, a contributor to Forbes.com, posted this piece today and included a mention of a collaboration between Indi and ISB on a diagnostic that may help identify benign lung nodules.

From Diagnosis to Treatment, Has Lung Cancer Begun To Turn The Corner?

This study suggests the tremendous power of using systems biology and bioinformatics to better understand health and disease,” said Lee Hood, M.D., Ph.D., co-author of the study; co-founder and board member of Indi; and co-founder of the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), which collaborated with Indi on the study.  Read the Forbes.com post.

Recent Articles

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