New Study Will Investigate Methods to Improve Cancer Trial Participation for Historically Under-Represented Groups
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New Study Will Investigate Methods to Improve Cancer Trial Participation for Historically Under-Represented Groups

According to a story from journals.lww.com, The Lazarex Cancer Foundation and the University of California San Francisco have announced plans to work together on a three year study that will…

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A Recent Discovery Could Make Cancer Treatments More Effective
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A Recent Discovery Could Make Cancer Treatments More Effective

According to a story from news-medical.net, scientists may have made a significant breakthrough discovery that could make cancer treatment more effective. The discovery involves a new method that breaks through…

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FDA Begins Priority Review of Xtandi, a Drug Candidate for Metastatic Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer

According to a press release from American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Inc. the FDA recently agreed to review a supplemental New Drug Application for Xtandi. Xtandi was first approved for the…

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ICYMI: With the FDA’s Third Approval for Tissue Agnostic Therapies, Oncologists are Headed to the Next Level in Cancer Treatment

Since the 1940s oncologists have been focusing on tumors at the location in the body where the tumors originated. According to a recent FDA press release, this is the third…

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Large Scale Trial Aims to Test Precision Medicines Based on Genomic Profiling in a Variety of Cancers
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Large Scale Trial Aims to Test Precision Medicines Based on Genomic Profiling in a Variety of Cancers

According to a story from Newswise, Quest Diagnostics, a laboratory that specializes in diagnostic information, has announced plans to participate in a unique, large scale trial called NCI-MATCH, which stands…

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A Brief Discussion of How Cell and Gene Therapies are Being Improved for Future Generations

  While the last few years have seen major advances in all areas of the pharmaceutical industry, some of the newest and brightest talents are now focusing on cell and…

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Research Team Identifies Diagnostic Errors in Three Classes of Disease Associated with a High Death Rate or Permanent Disability

  The number of people in the U.S. who are permanently disabled or who die each year as a result of misdiagnosis is estimated to be over 100,000. EurekAlert recently reported…

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CRISPR Uncovers New Gene Fusion as Novel Drug Target for Brain, Ovarian and other Cancers

  CRISPR-Cas9, the genome editing tool, has caused quite a stir in the scientific community. According to a recent article in Science Daily, with results published in Nature Communications, CRISPR has…

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Drug Start Up Founder Says Drugs Will Work For You– But They Don’t Know Why

Although somewhat of an exaggeration, the title of this article falls in line with the thinking of Insitro’s founder, Daphne Koller. In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Koller said that…

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In-Patient Hospitalization vs. At-Home Programs: Will Doctors Be Making House Calls Again?

Ash Clinical News recently interviewed Dr. Bruce Leff of Johns Hopkins in connection with “hospital-at-home”, one of the major changes occurring in hospital care. Dr. Leff and his team at…

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