Due to the pandemic, the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have united to the virtual world with symposiums, conferences, and various events. For this, the events have changed too to the online mode, instead of having a physical localization.
At present, cancer is one of the leading causes of death causes in the world. Approximately 8.2 million people die from this disease every year, the most deadly of which are lung, colon, liver, and breast cancer. Therefore, there are many ongoing studies and efforts to avoid this situation and eradicate this disease.
Cancer researchers have been using patient-derived tumor cell lines for decades. The familiar practice has expanded to patient-derived xenografts (PDX), patient-derived organoids (PDO), and humanized mice.
The histomorphology of organoids developed from patient-derived xenografts bears an uncanny resemblance between the tumor and what is recreated in the culture dish.
Through this event, The AACR Annual Meeting program covers, for example, that and other symposiums, and the latest discoveries across the spectrum of cancer research – from population science and prevention; to cancer biology, translational, and clinical studies; to survivorship and advocacy – and highlights the work of the best minds in research and medicine from institutions all over the world.
The importance of 3D animation
Tumors show different adaptive responses, depending on the tumor type and initial drug treatment. To this end, many laboratories and biotechnology companies specializing in oncology research have put the development of 3D animation videos in our hands to explain the mechanism of their treatments and technologies.
This technology can help them observe, explain, understand and block certain processes more realistically, making it easier to apply 3D technology, so that tumors can be viewed from different angles and positioned on the blood vessel-biliary structure and other nearby organs nearby.
In this video, you can see some selected 3D medical animation works, which focus on the fields of oncology and immunology.
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