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Eric Lefkofsky: Making a Positive Impact to the Lives of People

by Chris Holden - July 30th, 2017.
Filed under: Cancer Research, Health.

As the percentage of people already diagnosed with cancer rises in America, it is evident that these people know someone who has struggled with this illness at some point in their life. In research released by the cancer institute, at least 14 million citizens are living with cancer in the United States. This figure is expected to increase to almost 19 million come 2024. Credit has been given to companies such as Tempus which has come to the rescue. This company is the leading one in the rise of data for the search of perfect medication. Eric Lefkofsky co-founded the company.

It was not long after Eric Lefkofsy’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer that he had a personal experience in the treatment of cancer than ever before. He was amazed to learn about the significant gap that existed between in data connection and technology at large. Even though hospitals are involved in the day to day collection of data, they have not formalized a good way to arrange the information and make it of good use in knowing disease patterns of the patient.

Tempus goal is to transform the way cancer treatment is conducted. This Company has developed a platform where both clinical and molecular information about the patient is analyzed. The company has majored in the development of analytic software which has made possible their sole goal.

Through gene sequencing, molecular data has been made possible to obtain. Since cancer research is aiming at formulating the treatment in the form of molecular and cellular levels, Tempus will easily cruise through these limitations using their latest technology to learn more: https://www.insidephilanthropy.com/guide-to-individual-donors/eric-lefkofsky.html click here.

About Eric Lefkofsky

Eric was born in 1969 in southern Michigan, and his journey to becoming one of the founders of Tempus is exciting. He graduated from the Michigan University with an honorary degree and later earned a doctorate from the school of law in Michigan. Although his academic qualifications are in law, Eric was swept away by the revolution of technology for health.

He has spent most of his life in Chicago. It is where the main offices of Tempus are located. He currently also serves as in the board of directors of Lurie’s memorial hospital, the art institute and board of trustees all in Chicago.

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