Precision Cancer Prevention: Digital Health

Health behavior is a huge contributor to cancer risk. Behavioral health researcher Lisa Marsch, PhD, is developing new digital platforms to target these behaviors, ultimately preventing the risk of these cancers in the future.

“Technology has changed our society. I think it can also transform how we think about health and wellness,” says Marsch, who refers to digital health as any-time, anywhere, personalized precision cancer prevention.

“Dartmouth Cancer Center sees the vision of what this could be, not only because of the expertise and the collaborative spirit here but also because of the commitment to excellence.”

Researchers not only want to do cutting-edge research and innovation but also use the learning to make a global impact.