AACR Annual Meeting 2018: Novel Immunotherapy Combinations to Combat Resistance to Checkpoint Inhibition

An exciting area in drug development, immunotherapy is being increasingly utilized by patients with different cancer types. These treatments work by stimulating the patient’s immune system to effectively target and …

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Advice from Advocates: How to Navigate the Annual Meeting

Two graduates of the AACR Scientist↔Survivor Program, a special educational experience that gives patient advocates the opportunity to attend and learn from researchers at the AACR Annual Meeting, have put together some tips to help guide advocates who are attending this or any large scientific conference.

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Highlighting Pediatric Preclinical Drug Testing at the Annual Meeting 2018

The AACR’s Pediatric Cancer Working Group, which now boasts over 2,500 members, will hold a special scientific session at the Annual Meeting, where ongoing advances and existing challenges in cancer research will be discussed through the pediatric lens.

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DNA Profiling Moves From Forensics to Diagnostics

Television series like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation familiarized viewers with advances in forensic science that allow investigators to detect minute amounts of a person’s unique DNA sequence found at a crime scene and analyze it to implicate or exonerate a suspect. Similar DNA technologies can also detect and analyze small numbers of cancer cells in blood.

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