22 Min.

Digital Twins in Cancer Care Healthcare Perspectives

    • Wissenschaft

A diagnosis of cancer is one of the most devastating a person can receive—and worldwide, the number of new cancer diagnoses per year is on the rise, putting even more stress on patients, their families, care teams and health systems. 
Today, Gabriel Haras, MD, president of Cancer Therapy Imaging at Varian, a Siemens Healthineers company, is exploring whether digital twin technology could help create a world without fear of cancer. He’s joined by Chloé Audigier, senior AI research scientist at Siemens Healthineers, and Christian Weißenberger, MD, head of outpatient care at the Center for Radiotherapy and Radio-oncology in Freiburg in Breisgau, Germany.
Find out how digital twins could transform the entire cancer care path – from early detection to treatment and follow-up care. You’ll also learn how a digital twin of an organ is created. And you’ll hear what digital twin technology could mean for patients, clinicians, and the future of oncology.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode:
How the digital twin of an organ is created (03:40)Why early detection of cancer is so important (06:03)How digital twins could improve diagnosis (08:50)How digital twins could help find the right therapy (12:09)The role of digital twins in follow-up care (18:41)
Connect with Christian Weißenberger:
LinkedIn
Connect with Chloé Audigier:
LinkedIn
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A diagnosis of cancer is one of the most devastating a person can receive—and worldwide, the number of new cancer diagnoses per year is on the rise, putting even more stress on patients, their families, care teams and health systems. 
Today, Gabriel Haras, MD, president of Cancer Therapy Imaging at Varian, a Siemens Healthineers company, is exploring whether digital twin technology could help create a world without fear of cancer. He’s joined by Chloé Audigier, senior AI research scientist at Siemens Healthineers, and Christian Weißenberger, MD, head of outpatient care at the Center for Radiotherapy and Radio-oncology in Freiburg in Breisgau, Germany.
Find out how digital twins could transform the entire cancer care path – from early detection to treatment and follow-up care. You’ll also learn how a digital twin of an organ is created. And you’ll hear what digital twin technology could mean for patients, clinicians, and the future of oncology.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode:
How the digital twin of an organ is created (03:40)Why early detection of cancer is so important (06:03)How digital twins could improve diagnosis (08:50)How digital twins could help find the right therapy (12:09)The role of digital twins in follow-up care (18:41)
Connect with Christian Weißenberger:
LinkedIn
Connect with Chloé Audigier:
LinkedIn
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

22 Min.

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