Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Weighing in at just three pounds, the human brain is the marvelous, mysterious source of everything that defines us as humans. It’s also been the modern medical mystery for centuries, and only in the last 10 years or so has scientific research yielded important insights and answers. Now, as technology development accelerates, exciting breakthroughs in neurological and behavioral science are possible.
That’s welcome news for more than 700,000 Americans living with a primary brain tumor. While most brain tumors are not malignant, the impact of treatment is likely life-changing. Dr. Darin Okuda and his team at UT Southwestern Neurology are working to change these realities, with a better way to diagnose and treat brain tumors using 3-D printing. As the keynote speaker for our Genesis of Prevention track at Health Supernova, presented by The University of Texas at Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. Okuda will share how it works — and how it can scale.
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