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Cancer

Research Field Cell & gene therapy

Now For the High-Hanging Fruit

| Miguel Forte

We should be thrilled with the success of the approved CD-19 CAR-T therapies. But the field is still young, and we are only scratching the surface.

Disease Area Cancer

Load Versus Response

| Jonathan James

Higher tumor mutational burden is linked to improved survival across multiple cancer types.

Disease Area Cancer

No-Biotics for Me!

| Gemma North

We don’t fully understand how probiotics affect cancer patient prognosis, so they should be approached with caution – at least for now.

Tools & Techniques Cancer

Cytotoxic Remediation

| Jonathan James

How a 3D-printed chemical absorber could pave the way for higher chemotherapy doses – or lower risks.

Disease Area Cancer

The Relentless Cancer Researcher

| Jonathan James

Sitting Down With… Ingun Holen, Professor of Bone Oncology at the University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK.

Disease Area Cancer

More than METs the Eye

| Jonathan James

The role of different types of MET mutation in lung cancer could demand a rethink of treatments.

Tools & Techniques Cancer

Right for Patients?

| Ellen Sigal

“Right to Try” legislation may have compassion at its heart, but it does not do enough to ensure patient protection.

Tools & Techniques Cancer

Express Insight into Bladder Cancer

| Michael Schubert

Looking at miRNA expression levels may improve our ability to subtype bladder cancers and provide the most appropriate and effective treatment

Disease Area Analytical science

Real-Time Tumor Analysis

| William Aryitey

MALDI and a SpiderMass device could save valuable surgery time

Disease Area Diagnostics & prognostics

Markers for Prognostic Progress

| Ana Robles

Better lung cancer treatment through biomarkers

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