Precision oncology, what quantum computers do
Quantum computers are mostly unknown and are being explored as a medium in medicine for diagnosing or treating diseases. This is mainly due to a lack of suitable processing mechanisms, which are not yet efficiently used. For this reason, more promising personalized therapy approaches are usually not yet used for many diseases, instead medicine resorts to standard treatments. This lecture is intended to provide possible incentives to further promote the previously untapped potential that precision oncology offers.