Keeping you up to date on recent developments in oncology, including: Study identifies two different cancer stem cells in cervical cancer; How cancer cells hibernate…; …And who makes their bed; Blocking trash trashes MSI-hi tumors.
New York and Rehovot, Israel-based in vitro diagnostics startup Todos Medical Ltd. is developing blood tests for the early detection of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases using Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy. Now the company is looking to apply the technology in diagnosing infections, including the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Keeping you up to date on recent developments in oncology, including: Study demonstrates time travel possible for pancreatic cancer; Angle’s Parsotix fares well in new study; New technique boosts utility of organoids; Smart microwaves take on breast cancer.
Keeping you up to date on recent developments in oncology, including: New approach to photothermal treatment beats biofilm problem; Origin story helps ovarian cancer prognosis; Sharper look yields new potential kinase target in ovarian cancer; Autophagy activation may prevent metastasis.
Two of three oncology drugs selected for blockbuster status in the Cortellis Drugs to Watch analysis are antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), highly targeted cancer therapies designed to leave the healthy cells be and zap the bad ones. What once was a dead end for development has morphed into a competitive space with 57 ADC candidates for cancer indications in phase I or later trials, according to Cortellis.
Data for this report were compiled from Cortellis, the suite of life sciences intelligence solutions from Clarivate Analytics. Cortellis includes the broadest and deepest range of sources of intelligence across the R&D lifecycle, including annual filings, drug pipelines, clinical trials, patents, chemistry, deals, conferences and company announcements.
Crowned by a potential cure for severe hemophilia A, that could become the most expensive drug ever, a new list of 11 medicines expected to generate $1 billion-plus in annual sales by the end of 2024 or earlier throws into stark relief the growing tension between medical innovation and society's ability to pay for it. The 2020 Cortellis Drugs to Watch list, including medicines both approved and likely to be, points to a future of ongoing conflict between payers and industry spurred by fundamental disagreements.
Keeping you up to date on recent developments in oncology, including: New algorithm can distinguish between subtypes in low-grade glioma; Different drivers can turn the wheel in glioblastoma’s vicious cycle; Commercial antibodies underwhelm for studies of PP2A; Foundation awards more than $1M for cancer research; Protons better for sparing cognitive function in pediatric patients.