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Researcher highlights importance of imaging, biomarkers in cardio-oncology

A scientist at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)’s annual meeting discussed how cardiac imaging and biomarker measurements could improve care for cancer survivors ... told attendees at ASCO 2018 that measuring left ventricular ejection ... read more

ASCO 2018 Highlights: GI and Hepatic Toxicities of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Therapy

As part of our coverage of the 2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology ... T cells can cross-react with host antigens and cause a variety of immune-related adverse events. Cancer Network: In general, the spectrum of toxicities that patients experience ... read more

How advanced nanotechnology can improve cancer care

We emphasize the idea of developing personalized nanocarriers based on the type of cancer and its biomarker ... will also increase the likelihood of successful treatment. "The field continues to offer great potential for patients, and significant progress ... read more

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Study tests accuracy of device designed to detect heart dysfunction in childhood cancer survivors

"One of these issues is a higher burden of cardiovascular disease, which can result from ... echocardiography and CMR imaging in 191 patients who had been exposed to anthracycline chemotherapy. Participants were diagnosed with cancer before 22 years ... read more


AbbVie to Show Progress and Growth in Oncology Research at the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2018 Annual Meeting

In oncology discovery and early development, AbbVie utilizes key therapeutic pathways and methods to identify appropriate options to treat people living with cancer. Abstracts at ASCO 2018 ... may increase the risk of hemorrhage in patients receiving ... read more

Device may detect heart dysfunction in childhood cancer survivors treated with chemo

Special-Pricing Available on Medical Displays, Patient ... cancer survivors that may not manifest themselves until decades after their cancer treatment is done," said Armenian. "One of these issues is a higher burden of cardiovascular disease, which can ... read more

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Researchers Find Combination Can ... ASCO 2018 ... As Colorectal Cancer Rises in Young People, New Guidelines Recommend Screening Start at 45 ... New Jersey Health Care Providers, Community Members, and Researchers Come together to Address Disparities and ... read more

Correcting tiny differences in patient's position for radiotherapy could increase survival chances

Johnson explains: "We already know that using imaging can help us to ... effect of differences in patient position in other types of cancer. President of ESTRO, Professor Yolande Lievens, head of the department of radiation oncology at Ghent University ... read more

Global Report of Cancer Biomarker Testing Market Size, Dynamics, Regional Share, Trends, Competitor Analysis 2013-2016 and Forecast 2017-2024

(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 29, 2018 ) Global ... health so that doctors can plan best care. Biomarker is any of body’s molecules that can be measured to assess the health. Molecules can be obtained from, body fluids, tissue or blood. Cancer biomarker is a ... read more

GE, Roche Enter Partnership to Develop Integrated Digital Diagnostics Platform to Improve Oncology and Critical Care Treatment

The partnership will initially focus on products that accelerate and improve ... patients. For example, oncology care teams with multiple specialists will have a comprehensive data dashboard to review, collaborate and align on treatment decisions for ... read more



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