Project Description

Using A.I. To Make Personalized Medicine Even More Personal

Date & Time:

December 11, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

BreakBio is on the cusp of a breakthrough in cancer treatment thanks to a novel, epidemiological approach. Just like a viral outbreak, the treatment has to work faster than the spread of the disease. An in the case of cancer, cells can grow quite rapidly.

BreakBio’s team of cancer specialists, immunologists, and data scientists have developed a cancer treatment system that combines personalized medicine, AI and machine learning, and the targeted application of immunotherapy drugs to:

  • Identify the specific genome of the patient’s cancer
  • Flatten the growth curve of cancer
  • Supercharge a patient’s cancer killing T-cells

Join us on October 14 for an exclusive Force Wealth Webinar featuring BreakBio’s Executive team. You’ll learn about their breakthrough approach to treating the 2nd most deadly cancer, Colon Cancer, and hear how they’re using AI to make personalized medicine even more personal.

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