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ihateshadylandlords t1_ixnkwyl wrote

“Patients who were on the course of treatment survived for 19.3 months compared to 16.5 months for the control group.

The long tail is more interesting where 13 percent of those treated survived for five years, while only 5.7 percent of the control group did. 331 patients were enrolled in the trial.

According to the results, there is still a long way to go.”

I’m stoked to see treatments make it into the clinical trials stage. Not that proof of concepts are meaningless, but there’s a gulf between proof of concept and the rubber meets the road stage of clinical trials. Hope this goes well!


HeinrichTheWolf_17 t1_ixp6mbj wrote

Godspeed, hopefully we’ll be able to cure any disease soon. Nobody should have to suffer anymore.


MrBicepcurl t1_ixob03m wrote

What does this have to do with singularity?


Vergil25 t1_ixoopdl wrote

It extends live expectancy


SomeNoveltyAccount t1_ixoskhp wrote

Human ingenuity defeating viruses isn't related to the singularity.

Technically life expectancy has nothing to do with the singularity, other than being a potential byproduct of it.


Sashinii t1_ixou3c2 wrote

"Everything pertaining to the technological singularity and related topics, e.g. AI, human enhancement, etc." which means that this thread is relevent on this subreddit.


z0rm t1_ixqgndb wrote

Every new technology is a part of the singularity.