Mastering the Clinical Development of Personalized Cancer Medicines


A string of innovative clinical trials designed to accelerate the pace at which personalized cancer medicines are developed have been announced, and in some cases initiated, over the past few …

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From the Journals: Fear May Reduce Colorectal Cancer Screening Uptake


A recent study in the AACR’s journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention suggests that different types of cancer fear have different effects on people, and a type of fear may be keeping people from getting necessary colorectal cancer screenings.

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New Findings Open Doors for Rational Lung Cancer Treatment Strategies

ALK with crizotinib

In a study published Tuesday in the American Association for Cancer Research’s journal Clinical Cancer Research, researchers identified two novel mutations that cause resistance to alectinib, a drug that belongs …

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