mardi 3 mai 2016

Onco Actu du 3 mai 2016

1. Biologie

Sharks Get Cancer, Mole Rats Don’t: Clues to Understanding Cancer [Science-Based Medicine]

1.1 Biologie - Gènes

Personalized Breast Cancer Treatment Gets Closer to Reality [TIME]

Study points toward personalised treatment for breast cancer [The Guardian]

2.6 Etiologie - Environnement

Elevated bladder cancer risk in New England and arsenic in drinking water from private wells [NIH]

EPA takes offline report that says glyphosate not likely carcinogenic [Reuters]

3.1 Tabac

FDA launches public education campaign to prevent and reduce tobacco use among LGBT young adults [FDA]

Antismoking Coalition Gives Big Tobacco a Fight in Indonesia [NY Times]

5. Traitements

Massive failure to publish trial results exposes patients to risks without providing benefits for others [ESTRO]

5.2.1 Pharma - Partenariats

Oncodesign and Ipsen enter into a strategic partnership in oncology and Oncodesign joins Ipsen’s Paris-Saclay Campus [Ipsen]

5.2.3 Pharma - économie

BIND Therapeutics Initiates Voluntary Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection Proceeding [BIND]

As funds dwindle, Bind Therapeutics, NephroGenex file for bankruptcy [FierceBiotech]

5.3.4 Traitements - AMM (FDA, EMA)

FDA Expands Use of Antiangiogenic to Kidney Cancer [CANCER RESEARCH Catalyst]

5.4 Traitements - Economie

Cancer drug prices are high at launch and stay that way [STAT]

Health Affairs May Issue: Prescription Drugs, Global Health & More [Health Affairs]

The inexplicable and relentless rise of cancer-drug prices [Washington Post]

5.5 ASCO

Roche highlights personalised medicines and cancer immunotherapies at 2016 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting [Roche]

6. Lutte contre les cancers

Breast cancer campaigns might be pink, but men get it too [The Conversation]

6.10 Politiques

Colombia moves to override patent for Novartis cancer drug [STAT]

France gets G7 to discuss global regulation of medicine prices [Reuters]

6.11 Patients

Psychotherapy video chats may help with ‘chemo brain’ [Reuters]

6.6 Publications

Paper piracy sparks online debate [Nature News & Comment]