lundi 18 décembre 2017

Onco Actu du 18 décembre 2017

3.1 Prévention - Tabac

Tobacco industry trumps as India court cancels stringent health labeling rules [Reuters]

4.12 Biopsies liquides

Grail taps Genentech vet Jennifer Cook as CEO, building expectations for 2018 [EndPoints]

5.10 Traitements - Essais

Cancer clinical trials exclude many desperate patients. Should that change? [Washington Post]

5.12 Immunothérapies

Tumor Mutational Burden and Response to Immune Checkpoint Therapy [Rutgers]

5.12.1 Immunothérapies - partenariats

Regeneron and ISA Pharmaceuticals announce strategic immuno-oncology collaboration [Regeneron]

5.12.2 Immunothérapies - CAR-T

Is Gilead’s new CAR-T overpriced or is payer bureaucracy to blame for slow pickup? [FiercePharma]

5.2 Pharma

Novartis loses top oncology executive Strigini to retirement [FiercePharma]

5.2.1 Pharma - Partenariats

Cancer Research UK announces drug discovery collaboration with Celgene Corporation [Cancer Research UK]

5.3 Traitements - FDA, EMA, NICE...

EU drugs agency says move to new HQ may take longer [Reuters]

Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on new FDA efforts to support more efficient development of targeted therapies [FDA]

5.3.4 Traitements - AMM (FDA, EMA)

Meeting highlights from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) 11-14 December 2017 [EMA]

5.4 Traitements - Economie

New PARP inhibitor hits UK market, offering distinct advantage [Pharmafile]

Drug that holds back return of ovarian cancer gets UK licence [The Guardian]

6. Lutte contre les cancers

NCI: Taking Risks to Advance Science [NCI]

Coalition Seeks to Increase Transparency on Life Science Career Prospects [Johns Hopkins]

6.1 Observation

Science Surgery: ‘Does having had cancer make you more likely to develop it again?’ [Cancer Research UK]

6.10.1 Politiques (USA)

CDC director tells staff ‘there are no banned words,’ while not refuting report [STAT]

The seven dirty words the CDC won’t be able to say any more [Science-Based Medicine]

6.11 Patients

Voices: Learning to Accept (if Not Love) My Scar [NY Times]