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Therapeutic Antibodies – News and Features

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How Immunotherapies Clear the Brain of Alzheimer's Proteins

Studies have shown that lecanemab slows cognitive and functional decline in early-stage Alzheimer’s patients. But as with many other cutting-edge therapies, we know more about lecanemab’s effectiveness than we do about how it actually works.
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Chemotherapy Combination Shows Promise for a Subset of Stomach Cancers

An international phase 3 clinical trial, found that a new targeted treatment called zolbetuximab, given in combination with a standard chemotherapy, extended survival for patients with advanced gastric or gastroesophageal junction cancer.
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UK’s First Uterine Transplant Is Performed Successfully

Two sisters have been involved in the UK's first uterine transplant. The case report is published in the journal BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
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Precision Cancer Drug Development Approach Could Be $1 Billion Cheaper

Research and Development costs for targeted oncology drugs are markedly lower if guided by a companion diagnostic strategy, but current biopharmaceutical business models suggest these savings will not be reflected in more affordable pricing.
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Blood Cancer Therapy Granted Accelerated FDA Approval

The FDA has given the green light to Elrexfio™ (elranatamab-bcmm), granting it accelerated approval to treat adults with multiple myeloma – a type of blood cancer – who have received at least four previous rounds of certain therapies.
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High BMI May Put Breast Cancer Patients at Higher Risk of Heart Damage

A new study has illustrated that patients with a high BMI are at higher risk of heart damage during cancer treatment.
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The Power of Respiratory Gas Analysis To Optimize Biopharmaceutical Processes

This article discusses the benefits of real-time gas analysis for monitoring fermentation and cell culture.
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Protein Discovered in Dogs Can Immobilize Melanoma

Although rare, mucosal melanoma in humans has a low survival rate. It has been difficult to investigate due to a lack of similar cancers in animals for study.
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Three-Pronged Immunotherapy Combination Shows Early Promise for Pancreatic Cancer

A three-pronged immunotherapy treatment has been shown to be safe and effective at treating operable pancreatic cnacers.
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Industry Insight

Quality Control for RNA Therapeutics: Meeting a Growing Need

New applications for RNA therapeutics are continuously emerging. In this burgeoning space, nucleic acid quantification can help this dynamic therapeutic modality reach its full potential.