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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 ... read more

Heart Monitoring a Must for Breast Cancer Patients on Herceptin

TUESDAY, Aug. 7, 2018 (HealthDay ... and exercise -- could also help reduce the risk for heart problems among high-risk chemotherapy patients. The study was published Aug. 6 in a special Imaging in Ca... read more

Optical Imaging Market Saw a Tremendous Growth of CAGR 10% | Worldwide Analysis by Major Vendors, Growing Demand and Trend by 2023

This market is mainly driven by rising demand for non-invasive procedures, harmful effects of radiation-based imaging, increase ... cancer institute, in 2016, around 1,685,210 new cases of cancer were ... read more

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Imaging with New Biomarker Tracks Tumor Progression, Response to Treatment for Common Brain Cancer

In addition to its value in clinical care ... Oncology, showed that 2HG can be useful in tracking the disease, researchers said. “This is the first non-invasive biomarker for brain cancer and represen... read more


Clovis Oncology, Inc. (CLVS) CEO Patrick Mahaffy on Q2 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Clovis Oncology, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLVS) Q2 2018 Earnings ... resistant prostate cancer. And is being conducted as an arm of a larger BMS-sponsored study in a total 300 patients. Importantly, the prostate ... read more

Analysis: Is 'precision medicine' the answer to cancer? Not precisely

"There are very few instances in which we can ... 1,000 patients who signed up for the study. At the most recent meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology—the largest cancer meeting ... read more

Two Missouri HIEs share clinical data, look to improve accuracy of patient matches

TIHA is broader than the Tiger Institute; together, the two health information exchanges cover about 30 hospitals and more than 500 clinics, long-term care ... patient portal. LACIE also is preparing ... read more

Cancer drug stimulates tripolar mode of mitosis

Accordingly, the scientists hope that they will be able to use the two molecules as biomarkers in the future in order to identify patients who can ... Oncology of Munich University Hospital and member ... read more

Bristol-Myers Squibb Highlights Breadth of Immuno-Oncology–Based Combination Research and Commitment to Advancing Precision Medicine at ASCO 2018

... evaluating its oncology compounds across more than 20 types of cancer will be featured at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting 2018 in Chicago from June 1-5. Presentatio... read more

Surgical Advances in Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is deadliest form ... microcoil wire into the nodule using imaging technology at the same time surgery is being conducted can help remove some of the guesswork the surgeon faces while crea... read more

First-Line Lung Cancer Data and Other New Research from Merck’s Broad Oncology Program to be Presented at AACR Annual Meeting

“Our global efforts in immuno-oncology research, anchored by KEYTRUDA, are fueled by a commitment to improve ... patient for specialized care for assessment and treatment. If SJS or TEN is confirmed, ... read more

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