Bethesda, MD's Northwest Biotherapeutics has watched as rivals Dendreon and ImmunoCellular have run into serious roadblocks with personalized cancer vaccines over the past year, but with a major Phase III study underway, the biotech believes it can change the narrative.
Israel's BioLineRx has unveiled positive preclinical data for its experimental treatment for chronic myeloid leukemia, a progressive blood and bone marrow cancer.
Researchers have found a possible new way to treat cancer by exploiting a biological weakness in the most commonly mutated gene involved in human cancers.
New genes identified by scientists at the University of Louisville in Kentucky may indicate a person's predisposition to excess abdominal fat, which can be an indicator of more serious health conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer.
One of the elements lacking in the personalized medicine discussion today is the perspective of leading clinicians, informaticists and academics working in the field. To remedy the gap, I've asked a series of leaders in the industry to offer up their views.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University have discovered promising drug targets for previously hard-to-treat kinds of melanoma, suggesting that some cancers believed not to have such targets actually do.
Scientists believe that for the first time, they have linked the gene CUX1 to the development of one in every 100 tumors in cancer patients.
The number of failures in the Alzheimer's drug research field has been piling up disproportionately compared to successes in recent years, and the New York Academy of Sciences is hoping to change that by proposing a more streamlined, efficient path for Alzheimer's drug development.
Narges Bani Asadi, founder and CEO of Bina Technologies By Narges Bani Asadi One of the elements lacking in the personalized medicine discussion today is the perspective of clinicians and...
Quintiles has kicked off a study to determine whether early genomic profiling of cancer patients can help inform physician decisions and match the right participant with the right study, a method the CRO said could speed up the development process of personalized drugs.