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MIT Professor Regina Barzilay on use of computer data in cancer treatment
Regina Barzilay, a Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a breast cancer survivor, discusses her own experience with the disease and how she uses data and machine learning to advance detection and treatment.
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