Cancer breakthroughs are ongoing and are continuing to develop at a rapid pace. Advances in genetic sequencing, immunotherapy, and targeted therapies have all contributed to the progress being made in cancer research. Major breakthroughs in recent years include the development of CAR-T cell therapy, the use of tailored medications to treat certain types of tumours, and the use of gene editing to target cancer cells. These breakthroughs are leading to improved patient outcomes, with more effective treatments and better survival rates. Additionally, research continues to explore ways to prevent cancer, including lifestyle changes and early detection techniques.
AI can be used to detect and diagnose cancer in various ways. AI-driven imaging solutions such as computer vision and deep learning can be used to identify cancerous cells in medical images. AI can also be used to analyze patient data, such as genetic and medical records, to diagnose cancer and predict patient outcomes. AI-driven algorithms can also be used to better understand the underlying biology of cancer and develop more effective treatments.