Our friends at MacDirectory magazine have published an interesting interview with Dr. David Agus, Research Director of the Louis Warschaw Prostate Cancer Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, in which he discusses the role Macs play in his fight against cancer. “In his efforts to develop drugs faster than cancers can develop resistances to them, he has chosen the Unix based OS X platform, operating on the 802.11b wireless protocol. This enables the seamless sharing of vast amounts of information from the lab to the clinic, and even the home via a UPN (user personalized network).”