Category Archives: cancer research
via S. Senn: Being a statistician means never having to say you are certain (Guest Post) See also: E. Cai’s blog post “Applied Statistics Lesson of the Day – The Matched Pairs Experimental Design”, from February 2014 A. Deaton, N. … Continue reading
Source: Andy Skuce Exit, Pursued by a Crab, from Critical Angle.
Part 1 of this series introduced the idea of ctDNA and its use for detecting cancers or their resurgence, and proposed a scheme whereby relative concentrations of ctDNA at two or more sites after controlled disturbance might be used to … Continue reading
Once again I am participating in Dana-Farber Jimmy Fund Walk with Team Andrew Weinberg. This year I am walking longer, starting from Wellesley College, and meeting up with James and the rest of Team Andrew Weinberg at Boston College. The … Continue reading