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The Power of Innovation

Breast Cancer

Today’s “Fox and Friends” included an informative segment about the staggering advances being made in cancer care thanks to new and forthcoming innovative treatments. The segment featured five doctors from the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, a Nashville-based research organization that partners with biopharmaceutical companies to offer more than 500 clinical trials annually. “Over 40 years since President Nixon declared the War on Cancer, and after decades of giving more drugs and more radiation, we’re now Read More >

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T-Cell Therapies: Best Bets in Pushing Down the Cost Curve and Prioritizing Cancer Targets

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New approaches in cancer immunology are achieving promising early-stage results through novel techniques for arming the body’s own t-cells to have greater impact on reducing tumors and preventing the spread of disease. CAR-T methods that extract, reengineer, and reintroduce a given patient’s t-cells provide highly personalized therapy but may be difficult to scale up. The interleukin enhancement approach motivates existing t-cells to be more effective and may be easier to deliver but have less pervasive Read More >

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Excerpts From Top Ten Current Science Trends Talk

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For the opening day of BIO 2014, BioTech Primer delivered a talk on the Top 10 Current Science Trends, Issues, & Advances.  Three of the technologies covered are highlighted below. Genome Editing: We often refer to a person’s genome – his complete set of genes – as a blueprint for life. But sometimes there are errors in this blueprint. Wouldn’t it be great if we could edit the blueprint and correct these errors? We might Read More >

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