lundi 6 février 2017

Onco Actu du 6 février 2017

2.5 Etiologie - Gènes

Immune system genes linked to most common type of leukaemia [The Institute of Cancer Research]

3.1 Tabac

'Extinction therapy' could help smokers kick habit, study suggests [The Guardian]

3.1.1 Tabac - e-cigs

Japan Tobacco bets on e-cigarette's growth prospect, boosts annual dividend [Reuters]

5. Traitements

How dogs are helping advance cancer treatment in humans [STAT]

5.10 Traitements - Essais

Hormone drug and radiotherapy ‘could extend lives’ of prostate cancer patients after surgery [Cancer Research UK]

5.12.5 Immunothérapies - Pharma

AZ chief: Durvalumab's ready for a 'marketing battle' against I-O heavyweights Opdivo, Keytruda [FiercePharma]

BMS, Innate checkpoint inhibitor flunks AML phase 2 [FierceBiotech]

FDA Accepts Two sBLAs for Merck’s KEYTRUDA® (pembrolizumab) for Locally Advanced or Metastatic Urothelial Cancer in Cisplatin-Ineligible First-Line and Second-Line Post-Platinum Failure Treatment Settings [Merck]

Bristol-Myers partner Innate concedes a PhII flop for I/O drug lirilumab in fighting AML [EndPoints]

5.2.3 Pharma - économie

After promising Trump new US jobs, Eli Lilly sets out to chop 200 R&D staffers [EndPoints]

5.3 Traitements - FDA, EMA, NICE...

Trump and Congress may make it easier to get drugs approved — even if they don’t work [LA Times]

Advanced therapy medicines: towards increased development and patient access [EMA]

Donald Trump versus the FDA: Is the standard of evidence for drug approval actually too low rather than too high? [Science-Based Medicine]

Trump’s F.D.A. Pick Could Undo Decades of Drug Safeguards [NY Times]

What if the Free Market Decided Whether or Not Drugs Work? [MIT Technology Review]

5.9 AACR

Research Teams Share Progress at Scientific Summit [Cancer Research Catalyst]

6. Lutte contre les cancers

How NHS and hospice teamwork can make end-of-life care as easy and painless as possible [The Telegraph]

To save lives, WHO wants global focus on catching cancer early [Reuters]

6.1 Observation

Women’s cancer rates rising faster than men’s [Cancer Research UK]

6.10.1 Politiques (USA)

Scientists urge boycott of U.S. meetings [Science]

6.12 Ethique

Thoughts on Corruption [In the Pipeline]

6.2 Implants mammaires

J&J breast implants "may have harmed thousands", claims fresh lawsuit [Pharmafile]

6.4 Médico-éco

Young cancer patients risk infertility, but often can’t afford freezing egg or sperm [STAT]

Private cancer therapy 'crowdfunding rise' [BBC News]