Published on: March 30, 2023
ACS grantee, Wei Gao, PhD, tests a sweat sensor to see if it quickly IDs a personalized dose for 2 chemotherapy drugs that AML patients receive before a stem cell transplant.
Published on: February 10, 2023
Wei Gao, PhD, an ACS grantee uses the Internet of Everything to design compact, all-in sweat sensors to collect live data continuously, painlessly—and eventually, at home.
Published on: February 3, 2020
The American Cancer Society Mission Boost grant helps rescue science that sometimes falls into the valley of death, where promising research comes to an abrupt end because it otherwise can’t get the funding it needs to cross the bridge between discovery and helping patients.
Published on: October 23, 2019
These 3 scientists are contributing to research that may help families affected by breast cancer in the future. They're studying the most effective language to include in dense breast notifications after mammography, what makes a cancer cell that’s been dormant—not growing—suddenly reactivate, and the effectiveness of a program to help Latina breast cancer survivors overcome barriers to exercising regularly.