Drug Efficacy Prediction Tool

University of Illinois and Mayo Clinic have come up with a software tool that will revolutionize the Artificial Intelligence Healthcare sector and the time when a computer might tell you what medicines to take is not far away. This invention can be used to predict efficacy of a drug on individual patients, predict future health complications and suggest patient specific therapy, and explain how a drug functions and why it doesn't respond. 


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