vendredi 29 mai 2015

Onco Actu du 29 mai 2015

1. Biologie

Researchers uncover how breast cancer can spread to bone [Cancer Research UK]

Sleeping cancer cells can 'wake up' decades later [BBC News]

3.1 Tabac

Approaches for Controlling Illicit Tobacco Trade — Nine Countries and the European Union [MMWR-CDC]

4. Dépistage, diagnostic et pronostic

Engineered bacteria detect cancer and diabetes in urine [Science]

Bacteria sensors 'detect diabetes and cancer' [BBC News]

5.2.1 Pharma - Partenariats

Merck and NanoString Announce Clinical Research Collaboration to Develop an Immune-Related Gene Expression Assay for Use in the Development Program for KEYTRUDA® (pembrolizumab) [Merck]

AstraZeneca and Lilly to test new cancer drug combination [Reuters]

5.2.2 Pharma - Fusions & Acquisitions

Buzz: Cellectis could be in line for a $1.6B Pfizer buyout [FierceBiotech]

5.3 Traitements - FDA, EMA,...

European Medicines Agency Recommends Granting a Marketing Authorisation for Generic Bortezomib [ESMO]

5.5.1 ASCO (général)

Two Types of Risk [In the Pipeline]

ASCO 2015: Abstract Thoughts On Cancer And Competition [LifeSciVC] ASCO (général) - Industriels

Seattle Genetics Announces Clinical Data Presentations from Multiple Antibody-Drug Conjugate (ADC) Programs at ASCO Annual Meeting [Seattle Genetics]

Lilly to Present CYRAMZA® (ramucirumab) Data at 2015 ASCO Annual Meeting [Lilly]

Puma Bio (PBYI) Restricting Access to Breast Cancer Event at ASCO 2015 [TheStreet]

New drugs from Bristol, Merck at forefront of cancer meeting [Reuters]

5.5.4 ASCO (immunothérapie)

ASCO Immunotherapy Preview: These Cancer-Killing Viruses May Save Lives [Forbes]

ASCO 2015: What to Watch in Immunotherapy [CRI]

5.5.8 ASCO (poumon)

PROCLAIM Final Trial Results to be Presented at ASCO Annual Meeting [Lilly]

5.6 ESMO

Challenges Ahead for European Clinical Trials [ESMO]

6.1 Observation

New cancer cases rise globally, but death rates are declining in many countries [Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation]

6.11 Patients

A-level student died from stomach cancer after doctors dismissed her weightloss [The Telegraph]

Well: Smuggling a Beer for My Hospital Patient [NY Times]

6.6 Publications

Problems behind chocolate study “fooling millions” run much deeper than just a prank/spoof/sting [HealthNewsReview]

Speaking of wrong, so is everything about and in this piece on science reporting [The Incidental Economist]

Should the chocolate-diet sting study be retracted? And why the coverage doesn't surprise a news watchdog [Retraction Watch]

Chocolate-diet study publisher claims paper was actually rejected, only live “for some hours." Email, however, says...[Retraction Watch]

6.7 DMP, Big Data & applis

Open data could save the NHS hundreds of millions, says top UK scientist [The Guardian]

6.7.3 DMP

Creative Minds: Building a Better Electronic Health Record [NIH Director's Blog]