I added WCG to my GPUGRID crunching so my CPUs could work on MCM Cancer while my GPUs were also working on cancer. I sort of have a personal reason to find new markers and drug and treatment candidates since currently my specific cancer has no treatment options available. I have what they call a Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma and guess what..... no chemo or radiation can affect this thing. I was first diagnosed in 2010 and they removed a very large portion of the inside of my mouth and sinuses. Then in 2011, it showed up in my neck. In 2014 it was in my left lung. Again in 2015 they took a second hunk out of my left lung. So I upped my cancer research game to GPU and CPU and downed my search to push cyber security through encryption keys over at distributed.net with their RC7-52 project. That is still running on the really slow or old machines, but BOINC is now on all the newer ones and GPUGRID on everything I can get an NVIDIA card into. Currently running GPUGRID, I have 4 980 TI Classifieds and 5 980 Superclocks and one laptop with an embedded Quadro K2100M. The one machine I called "Beastmode", which has nothing to do with the football player I hadn't heard about because I don't like football OR the poker player who won the world series of poker wearing that football player's jersey last year, has an i75960x and 3 980 TI Classifieds in it with 64GB of RAM. After I bought the RAM, I found out that it could take a BIOS update and take 128GB of RAM, but I figured I would never use close to what I have, why through money at nothing.
Well, I would encourage anyone and everyone here to renew your interest in cancer research and find the cures, treatments, markers, etc with all you got. After 4 times through it and under the knife, I am ready (on this side of Heaven) to get some assurance on kicking this thing for good. Thanks.