Speaker - David B. Agus

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David Agus is one of the world’s top cancer doctors and a pioneer in new technologies for personalized health care. A professor at USC, with appointments in both the Keck School of Medicine and the Viterbi School of Engineering, he also heads the university’s Westside Cancer Center and the Center for Applied Molecular Medicine. He has cofounded several businesses, including the genetic testing company Navigenics and He is also a cofounder of Applied Proteomics, which aims to tap the tremendous wealth of information contained in the body’s proteome—the complete set of all proteins circulating in the bloodstream—for earlier diagnosis of disease. Agus is a CBS News contributor and author of the number one New York Times best seller The End of Illness. His new book, A Short Guide to a Long Life, will be published in January 2014.

8 Programs

Rules to Live (Longer) By

11.06.13 | 00:32:36 min | 0 comments

David Agus: How to End Alzheimer's Disease in 10 Years

09.19.12 | 00:05:31 min | 0 comments

The End of Illness: How David Agus Got Patients to Listen

09.18.12 | 00:01:16 min | 0 comments

Bad Medicine? David Agus Says Theory Is Better Than Drugs

09.18.12 | 00:01:12 min | 0 comments

Why the Body Fails: David Agus Flips the Switch on Cancer

09.18.12 | 00:00:51 min | 0 comments

Abrams & Agus: Treating Cancer, the Truth and the Cure

07.01.12 | 01:30:53 min | 0 comments

Physicians for the Future: What Defines a 'Good' Doctor?

07.02.11 | 00:47:07 min | 0 comments

Collaboration and the Cure for Cancer

07.06.07 | 01:12:21 min | 0 comments