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  1. Medimmune and Immunocore announce new collaboration to conduct...Read the original story

    Thursday | PressReleasePoint

    ... have a pre-existing research collaboration and licensing agreement, announced in January 2014 , to develop novel cancer therapies using Immunocore's Immune Mobilising Monoclonal T-Cell Receptor Against Cancer (ImmTAC) technology. "We are pleased to ...


  2. Cancer society recognizes volunteers in Corner BrookRead the original story

    Thursday | Western Star

    Pat Bennett, left, and Agnes Brake are the two facilitators of the Corner Brook Cancer Support Group. The duo are cancer survivors and started the group 20 years ago.


  3. Ex-Hampshire and England cricket star backs pioneering cancer treatment developed in SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    CRICKETER Kevin Pietersen is backing a campaign to give patients with a rare kind of cancer access to a pioneering treatment developed in Southampton after his best friend died from the condition. Jon Cole-Edwardes died in September 2013, two years after being diagnosed with ocular melanoma, a type of eye cancer, which often spreads to the liver.


  4. Resolution Bioscience announces successful collaboration on a novel,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    To be clinically relevant, an assay must be able to provide an actionable molecular tumor profile on a desktop sequencer from a simple blood draw in a matter of days. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and its Belfer Institute for Applied Cancer Science and Resolution Bioscience, Inc. today announced the successful completion of a collaborative agreement to co-develop a novel, blood-based, clinic ready, Next Generation Sequencing assay for non-small cell lung cancer .


  5. DeMatha, Riverdale raise $10,000 for cancerRead the original story

    Wednesday |

    The DeMatha Catholic High School and Riverdale Baptist baseball teams united with the Vs. Cancer Foundation to raise $10,000 worth of donations to go towards children's cancer research.


  6. Anti-fungal drug may treat cancer tooRead the original story

    Wednesday |

    A drug commonly used to treat a broad range of fungal infections, including skin and nail infections, has a lot of potential as a new cancer treatment, research has found. Itraconazole, a generic anti-fungal agent that costs relatively less, shows some evidence of efficacy in metastatic prostate cancer -- which would make it an attractive proposition given the high costs associated with cancer treatments such as arbiraterone, said Pan Pantziarka, member of the Repurposing Drugs in Oncology project that researched the potential of the drug.


  7. Strand Life Sciences opens U.S. headquarters at Fitzsimons in AuroraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Denver Post

    Melanie Young prepares a sample for sequencing Wednesday at Strand Life Sciences in Aurora. Strand Life Sciences has developed genetic sequencing software for use in cancer treatments.


  8. Immunocore and MedImmune Announce New Collaboration to Conduct...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Sys-Con Media

    Immunocore Limited, a world-leading biotechnology company developing novel biological drugs to treat cancer and other diseases, and MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca, today announced that they have entered into a second collaboration. Under the terms of the agreement, Immunocore will conduct a Phase Ib/II clinical trial combining MedImmune's investigational checkpoint inhibitors MEDI4736 and/or tremelimumab with IMCgp100, Immunocore's lead T-cell receptor based investigational therapeutic, for the potential treatment of patients with metastatic melanoma.


  9. Real life 'Fault in Our Stars': Couple fights cystic fibrosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KSDK-TV Saint Louis

    ... to the 2012 novel "The Fault In Our Stars" and the hit movie about two teens who fall in love after meeting at a cancer support group. The pop culture connection has caught on with media all over the world, beginning with a CNN report. "It got out ...


  10. UH Seidman Cancer Center uses SpaceOAR System to perform first-ever prostate cancer treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Medical News

    The radiation oncology team at UH Seidman Cancer Center at UH Geauga Medical Center performed the first-ever prostate cancer treatment on April 3 using a newly approved device. The device, called SpaceOAR System, enhances the efficacy of radiation treatment by protecting organs surrounding the prostate.


  11. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WHDH

    The deadliest form of brain cancer might be meeting its match with magnets! One doctor is using cutting-edge technology to change the course of cancer treatment. Inside Nick Zeeso's backpack and on his head a device that could be the future of cancer treatment.


  12. A Study Suggests That Salmonella Strains Can Cure CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | International Business Times

    ... the immune system with a microbe, the researchers delved into possibility of salmonella being part of colorectal cancer therapy. Dr Roy Curtiss, co-author and microbiology professor at Arizona State University said that this is not the first time ...


  13. Concert benefits cancer walkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Deming Headlight

    Courtesy Photo Bataan fifth-grade teacher Kim Perea sold a Border Avenue Band concert ticket to Deming Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Dan Lere, as Deming Mayor Benny Jasso, left, and Ray Trejo, right, look on. DEMING >> Bataan Elementary School has been a supporter of the Celebration of Life Cancer Walk for the past 10 years, and this year's fund-raising efforts could be the biggest and best-ever.


  14. After prostate cancer, start walkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | EurekAlert!

    Walking at an easy pace for about three hours every week may be just enough physical activity to help prostate cancer survivors reduce damaging side effects of their treatment, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study. "Non-vigorous walking for three hours per week seems to improve the fatigue, depression and body weight issues that affect many men post-treatment," said Siobhan Phillips, lead author of the study.


  15. IPFW joins the team to fight Kids CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WFFT-TV Fort Wayne

    The IPFW baseball team is joining the National Organization vs Cancer to help raise awareness and funds to cure Kids Cancer. - The IPFW baseball team is teaming up with the national organization Vs.


  16. N.C. fishing tournament runner angles to rebuild brandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Virginian-Pilot

    ... used to run nine tournaments out of here," said Maxwell, 47, who left the events after her mother was diagnosed with cancer. "It's down to two now. But two tournaments will keep me plenty busy because it's going to be a big challenge to bring this ...


  17. St. Luke's celebrates improved cancer treatment centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    One instrument the center has added is a cone beam imager, which is basically a CAT scan, that allows doctors to know exactly where the cancer is in the body.


  18. Answers about testicular cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | O-R Online

    Q.I don't know who else to go to with this. I found a lump in one of my testicles. Is it possible that it's cancer? I'm terrified. What if it is? If it is cancer and I get treated, will I still be OK to be a dad someday? And you can put this in your ...


  19. Cancer breakthrough: Kansas researchers testing compound that inhibits tumorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Russia Taday

    It's not a cure just yet, but a new treatment being tested at the University of Kansas is holding out for the promise of defeating cancer. A combination of chemicals has been successfully blocking a protein that cancerous cells need to replicate.


  20. Murdock-Portal Elementary raises $6,000 for pediatric cancer foundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cupertino Courier

    ... schools," Viswanatha said. "The teachers, students and parents have been with us throughout Keira's journey with cancer and OMS, but it was so touching that they wanted to use the spring coin drive for the Pablove Foundation this year." The Pennies ...