mardi 31 mars 2015

Onco Actu du 31 mars 2015


Les étoiles de couleur jaune signalent des articles dont la lecture est en priorité suggérée (1*) ou recommandée (3*).

3.1 Tabac

E-cigarettes: Many teenagers trying them, survey concludes [BBC News]

Scientists issue call for urgent controls on e-cigarette sales to children [The Guardian]

Four in 10 teenage e-cigarette users would not have smoked, warn health experts [The Telegraph]

4. Dépistage, diagnostic et pronostic

Cell Slime Could Hold Key to Cancer Detection [GEN]

4.5 Dép., diag. & prono. - Colorectal

ASCP, CAP, AMP, and ASCO Issue Draft Colorectal Cancer Molecular Marker Testing Guideline and Announce Opening of Public Comment Period [ASCO]

5. Traitements

Researchers develop new potential drug for rare leukemia [University of Michigan Health System]

More pieces in the prostate puzzle [The Cancer Blog]

Generic cancer drugs that we can trust [Cancer World]

5.2 Pharma

Novartis in major oncology drive [Pharmafile]

5.2.1 Pharma - Partenariats

Merck KGaA forges a $941M CAR-T development deal with Intrexon [FierceBiotech]

Novartis accelerates cancer immunotherapy efforts with Aduro Biotech alliance and launch of new immuno-oncology research group [Novartis]

CRT and Bioinvent expand collaboration with University of Southampton scientists to develop new immunotherapy treatments for cancer [Cancer Research UK]

Novartis digs deeper into cancer with up to $750 million Aduro deal [Reuters]

5.3 Traitements - FDA, EMA,...

FDA Approves First Therapy for High-Risk Neuroblastoma [National Cancer Institute]

Breaking Down Barriers to Drug Innovation a Team Effort, FDA Says in Guidance [RAPS]

6. Lutte contre les cancers

NIH forms team of experts to chart course for the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative research network [NIH]

The Condition Cancer Research Is In [NY Times]

6.1 Observation

Making Sense of Key Cancer Reports [National Cancer Institute]

New analysis of breast cancer subtypes could lead to better risk stratification; Annual Report to the Nation shows that mortality and incidence for most cancers continue to decline [National Cancer Institute]

U.S. cancer incidence, mortality largely stable or decreasing [Reuters]

6.10 Politiques

Doctors With Cancer Push California To Allow Aid In Dying [NPR]

6.11 Patients

‘Can I go on a cruise?’ really means ‘How long do I have to live?’ [The Guardian]

6.4 Médico-éco

Q&A: What can we learn from the US Choosing Wisely campaign to cut down unnecessary tests, treatment? [Croakey]

6.8 Communication

“Cancer will always be in our midst:” A conversation with physician-writer Siddhartha Mukherjee [Scope Blog]

A Week of Excitement and Hope: Communicating the Story of Cancer [National Cancer Institute]

More than half of 60 Minutes devoted to "Killing Cancer" but still no independent perspective [HealthNewsReview]

AACR Members Help Tell the Story of Cancer and Cancer Research in New Documentary [CANCER RESEARCH Catalyst]

Chronicling Cancer Research in Books and Film [Dana-Farber Cancer Institute]