jeudi 18 février 2016

Onco Actu du 18 février 2016

1. Biologie

US cancer institute to overhaul tumour cell lines [Nature News & Comment]

2.4 Etiologie - Portables, ondes e-m

Electromagnetic radiation doesn't make you ill or give you cancer. Here's why [The Guardian]

3.3 Prévention - Vaccins

No, Gardasil does not cause behavioral problems [Respectful Insolence]

4. Dépistage, diagnostic et pronostic

MD Anderson researchers propose new staging for HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer [MD Anderson]

4.2 Dép., diag. & prono. - Génome

If You Want Life Insurance, Think Twice Before Getting A Genetic Test [Fast Company]

4.9 Dép., diag. & prono. - Sein

More young breast cancer patients having genetic tests [Reuters]

5. Traitements

How Do We Overcome Endocrine Therapy Resistance in Breast Cancers? [CANCER RESEARCH Catalyst]

5.12 Immunothérapies

Immune-Targeting Drug Combo Shows Promise for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients, Say Moffitt Cancer Center Researchers [Moffitt]

5.2 Pharma

Roche and AstraZeneca snag 'breakthrough' tags for a pair of blockbusters in waiting [FierceBiotech]

5.2.1 Pharma - Partenariats

Effimune, In Cell Art Launch Cancer Immunotherapy Collaboration [GEN]

Ipsen enters into a licensing agreement with 3B Pharmaceuticals to develop novel radiopharmaceuticals in oncology [Ipsen]

6. Lutte contre les cancers

The Guardian view on cancer cures: not the only killer disease [The Guardian]

6.1 Observation

UK cancer cases soar to 352,000 each year [Cancer Research UK]

Elderly risk more complications after major cancer surgery [Reuters]

6.10 Politiques

Investing in the US National Cancer Moonshot [ESMO]

6.11 Patients

Listening To The Voice Of The Patient In Precision Medicine [Forbes]

6.3 Associations

How a cancer diagnosis led to nation’s first crowdfunding platform for medical research [Scope]

6.7 DMP, Big Data & applis

Cancer research moves to the cloud to improve patient care [STAT]

Collaboration Fueling Large-Scale Computational Cancer Science [National Cancer Institute]

6.8 Communication

How narrators for drug ads take scariness out of side effects [STAT]

AAAS stories hype immunotherapy, cancer saliva test [HealthNewsReview]