lundi 24 août 2015

Onco Actu du 24 août 2015 (3/3)

6. Lutte contre les cancers

Types of translational research [The Incidental Economist]


New molecular pathology network for precision medicine [PHG Foundation]

How Can Precision Medicine Help Children With Cancer? [CANCER RESEARCH Catalyst]

NCI-Designated Cancer Centers Expand [National Cancer Institute]

Cancer Core Europe [Cancer World]

6.1 Observation

NHS England must act as patients miss out on cancer drug tests [Cancer Research UK]

Cancer survival in England is improving – but still lagging behind similar countries [Cancer Research UK]

Prostate cancer twice as likely to kill black men as white men, study finds [The Guardian]

News Analysis: Decades of Data Fail to Resolve Debate on Treating Tiny Breast Lesions [NY Times]

Effective Ovarian Cancer Treatment Is Underused, Study Finds [NY Times]

6.10 Politiques

The 21st Century Cures Act: Old vinegary wine in a new bottle [Respectful Insolence]

21st Century Cures Act: A huge step backward for FDA standards [HealthNewsReview]

Guest Editorial: Kids v Cancer: Laws Need to Catch up to the Science [The Cancer Letter]

Congress passes a colossally bad idea for science funding [Genomics, Medicine, and Pseudoscience]

England’s new cancer strategy – what happens next? [Cancer Research UK]

6.11 Patients

Jimmy Carter has announced that he has cancer and it has spread. What does that mean? [Respectful Insolence]

Quarter of cancer patients losing faith in NHS because of late diagnosis [The Telegraph]

6.4 Médico-éco

A for effort, C for impact from U.S. biomedical research, study concludes [Science]

6.5 Médecines alternatives

Is there a role for homeopathy in cancer care? I think you know the answer to that question… [Respectful Insolence]

Another unnecessary death in the making, thanks to cancer quackery [Respectful Insolence]

6.6 Publications

Analysis of pilots with prostate cancer retracted for “inappropriate data” [Retraction Watch]

1.5 Million ORCID iDs Served! [ORCID]

A Single User Account [The Scholarly Kitchen]

6.8 Communication

Registered clinical trials make positive findings vanish [Nature News & Comment]

6.9 Controverses

An Irresponsible Statement About Curing Cancer [In the Pipeline]

Another health care fail, in ovarian cancer treatment. Best in the world, my ass. [The Incidental Economist]

Fred Hutch president predicts cancer cure in 10 years; critics have heard it all before [HealthNewsReview]

Worth The Money? Paying To Ensure A Representative Cohort In The Precision Medicine Initiative [Health Affairs]

Delay in NHS patients' access to cancer drug labelled a 'disgrace' [The Guardian]

Should We Charge Patients for Medical Research? [NY Times]

Trailblazing cancer–physics project accused of losing ambition [Nature News & Comment]