FDA Grants Orphan Drug Designation to Cellectar’s CLR 131 for the Sixth Time

  The biopharmaceutical company Cellectar Biosciences recently announced that the FDA granted its lead phospholipid drug conjugate, CLR 131, Orphan Drug Designation(ODD) for treatment of lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma. ODD is granted by…

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‘Stand Up to Cancer’ Donates $1 Million to Help Develop Efficient Pancreatic Cancer Treatment
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‘Stand Up to Cancer’ Donates $1 Million to Help Develop Efficient Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) has donated a million dollars for a research project dedicated towards a new way of deploying the immune system against pancreatic cancer. This is welcome…

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New CRISPR Study Suggests Dietary Supplement Could Enhance the Effectiveness of Chemotherapy
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New CRISPR Study Suggests Dietary Supplement Could Enhance the Effectiveness of Chemotherapy

There’s good news coming out of MIT this week. In an article on Medical Xpress, new findings are coming out using CRISPR, a tool that is known for its ability…

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How Far Would You Go to Stop Cancer? The 100 Mile Race for Osteosarcoma and Cancer Research
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How Far Would You Go to Stop Cancer? The 100 Mile Race for Osteosarcoma and Cancer Research

How far would you go to stop cancer? Not metaphorically. Literally. Caryn Lubetsky has an answer. It’s the distance between Key Largo and Key west. Caryn Lubetsky is an attorney,…

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Paralympic Snowboarder Continues to Inspire as Sports Illustrated’s First Amputee Swimsuit Model
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Paralympic Snowboarder Continues to Inspire as Sports Illustrated’s First Amputee Swimsuit Model

Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue makes a splash every season it comes out. Historically, this has not always been for the most empowering reasons. This years issue, however, features at least…

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