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Celsion Announces Publication of Clinical and Scientific Review of ThermoDox® as Treatment for Primary Liver Cancer
News   Aug 19, 2011

Celsion has announced the publication of a clinical and scientific review of ThermoDox® in the August 2011 issue of Future Oncology.

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Novel Method for Treating Ovarian Cancer
News   Aug 11, 2011

The Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology IZI supports the Australian company Prima BioMed Ltd. in tests and approvals regarding a novel therapeutic method for treating ovarian cancer.

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Nanospectra Biosciences, Inc. Names John Stroh New CEO
News   Aug 09, 2011

John Stroh replaces former CEO J. Don Payne.

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MolMed Signs an Agreement With GlaxoSmithKline to Develop a Production Process for a Gene Therapy
News   Aug 08, 2011

MolMed will receive up to EUR 5.5 million in revenues over a two-year period.

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Further Links between Serine Metabolic Pathway and Cancer
News   Aug 03, 2011

An article from Agios founder Lewis C. Cantley, Ph.D., and Agios advisor Matthew Vander Heiden, M.D., Ph.D., in the journal Nature Genetics adds to evidence that dysregulated activity of the serine pathway is linked to the growth and survival of certain cancers.

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UT Southwestern Research Uncovers Genetic Link Between Emphysema, Lung Cancer
News   Jul 29, 2011

New study show PLAGL2 as a contributing factor in emphysema and lung cancer development, the diseases form in opposite ways.

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Survival of Stage-4 Breast Cancer Patients Improves with Stem Cell Treatment, Study Finds
News   Jul 26, 2011

The study analyze the long-term outcomes of women who received their own stem cells that had undergone purification process.

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Cancer Cells, Stem Cells Share Same Origin, Researchers Say
News   Jul 26, 2011

USC scientists proved that oncogenes change normal cells into stem-like cells, paving the way to a safer and more practical approach to treating diseases with stem cell therapy.

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UT Southwestern Research Reveals that Significantly More Genetic Mutations Lead to Colon Cancer
News   Jul 19, 2011

Researchers suggest a new approach to colon cancer treatments targeting multiple genes and pathways simultaneously.

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