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2015 Feb 19

Fighting the War on Cancer

To really stand a chance against cancer, we should focus on more interdisciplinary collaboration, writes biomedical engineer Claudia Fischbach in this guest piece. Read more
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2015 Feb 04

Onartuzumab for Gastroesophageal Adenocarcinoma

Manish A Shah, M.D., director of gastrointestinal oncology, discusses a recent phase II study of FOLFOX with or without onartuzumab, a MET inhibitor, for the treatment of metastatic gastroesophageal adenocarcinoma. Read more
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2015 Jan 22

The new style of tailored treatment

Irene Price is an early beneficiary of “precision medicine,” an approach that replaces the traditional one-size-fits-all cancer treatment paradigm with one that focuses on targeted, individualized care using a patient’s own genetic profile and medical history. Read more
2015 Jan 15

A new paradigm: Precision medicine

Cancer: It’s personal, and not only on an emotional level, but a molecular one. Every patient's cancer is unique, driven by distinct biological factors. So, too, should every patient’s treatment. Read more

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