Stanford AI can predict negative side effects of millions of drug combinations

When a doctor prescribes a patient more than one drug simultaneously, they currently have virtually no way to predict whether that combination of pharmaceuticals will have an adverse side effect. A new system from a team of computer scientists at Stanford University presents a novel solution – an AI-driven computer system than can predict the consequences of combining two drugs…
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