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FDA Clears First Cancer Drug Based On Genetics of Disease, Not Tumor Location
-Scientific American - Wed May 24 05:06:53 EDT 2017
By Natalie Grover and Bill Berkrot Merck & Co's immunotherapy Keytruda chalked up another approval on Tuesday as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the cancer medicine ...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Merck & Co's immuno-oncology treatment, Keytruda, for cancer patients who carry a specific genetic feature. The approv...
Merck & Co's immunotherapy Keytruda on Tuesday became the first cancer drug ever approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration based on a patients' specific genetic traits,...
Medical News Today: Radiation for prostate cancer: Types and side effects
-Medical News Today - Tue May 23 05:07:48 EDT 2017
Radiation for prostate cancer is a complex treatment option, however, and has risks and side effects as well as benefits. Understanding what radiation for prostate cancer involves ...
Keytruda (pembrolizumab), Merck & Co.’s immunotherapy drug, emerges as the first cancer medication approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) based on the pat...
Cancer treatments do not always produce positive results despite advanced treatments and procedures designed to fight off the disease. Even with patients previously cleared of...
Medical News Today: Prostate biopsy: What to expect
-Medical News Today - Wed May 24 08:07:58 EDT 2017
Prostate cancer is a very common form of cancer for men. It is most common in men over the age of 50, but it can develop at any time during a man's life. Prostate cancer is often s...
Immunotherapy drug opens a new era of precision medicine for cancer
-Los Angeles Times - Fri May 26 23:08:35 EDT 2017
With little fanfare, the Food and Drug Administration did something this week that it's never done before: The agency approved a single prescription drug, pembrolizumab (marketed b...
Medical News Today: Prostate cancer surgery: Types and what to expect
-Medical News Today - Wed May 24 02:06:57 EDT 2017
The most common form of surgery for prostate cancer is a radical prostatectomy. This surgery is when the prostate gland is removed under general anesthesia. Radical prostatectomy i...
Medical News Today: What is a Gleason score?
-Medical News Today - Thu May 25 02:07:08 EDT 2017
Most people who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer will want to know their outlook and treatment plan quickly. The Gleason score plays a major role in deciding both these thi...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Merck & Co.'s Keytruda drug to treat tumors with a certain genetic defect -- the first time the agency has cleared a c...
Study offers guidance for targeting residual ovarian tumors
-MIT News - Mon May 22 20:10:59 EDT 2017
Most women diagnosed with ovarian cancer undergo surgery to remove as many of the tumors as possible. However, it is usually impossible to eliminate all of the cancer cells because...
Chicago-area family giving $100 million to U of C
-Sun-Times - Tue May 23 23:06:24 EDT 2017
A Chicago-area family with a long history of supporting science and medicine is giving $100 million to the University of Chicago. The gift from The Duchossois Group Inc. Chairman a...
Duchossois family donates $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine
-Chicago Tribune - Tue May 23 21:03:29 EDT 2017
A prominent Chicago-area family is giving $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine to research how the immune system, bacteria in the body and genetics can work together to k...
Duchossois family donates $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine
-Chicago Tribune - Wed May 24 05:07:32 EDT 2017
A prominent Chicago-area family is giving $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine to research how the immune system, bacteria in the body and genetics can work together to k...
(Corrects company name in seventh paragraph) By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO May 30 Japan's Nikkei share average slipped on Tuesday, with the equity market feeling downward pressure fro...
Medical News Today: Phyllodes tumors: Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment
-Medical News Today - Sun May 28 08:07:58 EDT 2017
Phyllodes tumors are rare and appear almost exclusively in women's ---. They have a leaf-like pattern of cells, with the name "phyllodes" coming from the Greek, meaning "leaf-l...
A friend visits John Fornieri in the geriatric emergency room infection at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Photo by Heidi de Marco/KHN A man sobbed in a Ne...
The Republican health care bill currently making its way through Congress could have a major impact on how many people have access to health services through Medicaid --changes tha...
The Republican health care bill currently making its way through Congress could have a major impact on how many people have access to health services through Medicaid --changes tha...
Dr. Juan Z. Montes recalls the surge of people who came calling, beginning about two years ago. “We couldn’t handle them all,” he said, referring to the new patients who visited hi...
Pulp, mostly fiction: Juice cleanse fad based on little science
-Burlington Free Press - Fri May 26 08:37:06 EDT 2017
Offering earthy blends like Solstice and Wildflower Cashew Milk, Burlington residents can quench their thirst at several local juice retailers. But with the good-for...
Biomedical research feels cuts of new budget proposal
-U-T San Diego - Wed May 24 14:05:57 EDT 2017
Despite some good aspects, President Donald Trump's proposed 2018 budget includes cuts in biomedical programs that would cripple life science research and industry, said experts in...
Walking linked to improved brain function
-Fox News - Mon May 29 08:11:05 EDT 2017
A moderate-intensity walking regimen may reduce symptoms of mild cognitive impairment that are linked to poor blood vessel health in the brain, a small study suggests. Participants...
For more than two decades, drugmakers, doctors and patients have been looking for a better pain medication than opioids, which have ravaged families and local communities with thei...
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