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Researchers Develop Diagnostic for Rare Cancer-Generated Glycoproteins

Engineered chemical trap detects rare glycoproteins emitted as cancer first develops. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have designed a boronic acid ...
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Genoscience Pharma extends its first clinical trial of GN561 in patients with advanced liver cancers to France

Enrollment is open for patients with intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma and hepatocarcinoma at Croix-Rousse Hospital in Lyon and at Saint-Joseph Hospital in Paris Genos...
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Study picks out children with incurable brain cancer who could benefit from adult therapy

A single image of a human brain using a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine Children with incurable brai...
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Novel magnetic nanoparticles move from lab to first breast cancer clinical trials

Sandia National Laboratories materials chemist Dale Huber has been working on the challenge of making iron-based nanoparticles the exact same size for 15 years. Now, ...
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Aspirin may suppress the impact of obesity on cancer

When mice fed a high-fat diet were treated with aspirin, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, the defense mechanism was substantially enhanced Aspirin can cou...
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Cancer centers sell out science when they advertise clinical trials as treatment

A screenshot from a video on clinical trials by Cancer Treatment Centers of America In a promotional video, th...
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Minnesota cancer care network to expand access to clinical trials

Cutting-edge cancer care will be available close to home for most Minnesotans via a new statewide initiative, an Essentia Health oncologist said on Tuesday. "I ...
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Cancer researchers push to relax rules for clinical trials

US government examines whether criteria for participating in drug studies unnecessarily exclude some people. Participant...
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Participation in clinical trials may eliminate ovarian cancer survival disparities

Improving the diversity of enrollment in clinical trials may improve health disparities among women with ovarian cancer, according to study results presented at the S...
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OBI Pharma Announces FDA Clearance Of IND Application For A Phase 1 Study Of A Monoclonal Antibody Cancer Immunotherapy

OBI Pharma, Inc., a Taiwan biopharma company (TPEx: 4174), today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared an investigational new drug ...
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