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Study shows use of budesonide reduced the risk of asthma related events by 40% in children

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Use of inhaled corticosteroid led to fewer hospitalizations for young children with asthma

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Earlier use of prostate cancer vaccines urged by Hopkins scientists

...Charles Drake, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of oncology and director of the research which is published in the March issue of Cancer Cell . In the Hopkins studies with mice bred to develop prostate cancer, Drake and his collaborators at the University of Connecticut found that the animal's immune system ...

ESMO Scientific & Educational Conference (ESEC)

...ties can fight tobacco addiction State-of-the-art oncology for various tumor types Some other special featur...he conference. A keynote lecture on the status of oncology in Central and Eastern European Countries will address differences in cancer epidemiology. A fourt...

New treatment options for some difficult cancers improve survival and quality of life

... Perry Shen, M.D., assistant professor of surgical oncology and lead author of one of the studies. Attempts to... Edward Levine, MD, professor and head of surgical oncology at Wake Forest Baptist. The positive results of these studies support the need for further evaluatio...

'Smart' immune cells kill more cancer

..." says Ivan Borrello, M.D., assistant professor of oncology and director of the research, which is published in the March 1 issue of Cancer Research . "Now, we have evidence that 'educating' T-cells in the bone marrow may be the most effective way to get an anti-tumor response." In nature, T-cells are respo...

Fewer false alarms when mammographers have greater experience screening healthy breasts

...ology Outcomes Research Lab and part of the breast oncology program of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center. The authors hypothesize that physicians who read more mammograms overall and who have been reading them longer develop a higher threshold for identifying cancer and overall do better. Those who read a ...

NASA awards $9.8 million NSCOR grant to UT Southwestern to study effects of space radiation exposure

..., co-director of the NSCOR, professor of radiation oncology and head of the molecular radiation biology division; and Dr. Michael Story, associate professor of radiation oncology. "The implications of radiation in space on the human body are not well understood, and this grant will enable us to examine the c...

Leukemia drug breakthrough study in New England Journal of Medicine

...isappeared. List, a professor of interdisciplinary oncology at the University of South Florida, initially developed the phase I clinical trial of Revlimid for treatment of MDS following his laboratory observations that the agent improved the growth of red blood cell precursors from MDS bone marrow. Celgene wi...

AACR recognizes women in cancer research

...chool class of 1960, began her career in pediatric oncology at the National Cancer Institute. In 1976, she joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she remained until she herself succumbed to cancer in 1994....

Treatment for brain tumor does not always follow recommendations

...ather than tumor reduction demonstrated on MRI. As oncology takes on increasingly specific, targeted approache...n many others. At the same time, phase 1 trials in oncology that have traditionally excluded patients with brain tumors should be made more widely available to ...

USC/Norris oncologists test new front-line therapy for pancreatic cancer

...h it," says Lenz, director of the gastrointestinal oncology program at USC/Norris. "The cancer is difficult to diagnose early, when it is most treatable, and can be aggressive. Because of the lack of effective systemic therapies, only 1 percent to 4 percent of patients will be alive five years after diagnosis...

Re-analysis of large trials shows greatest benefit of chemotherapy in ER-negative tumors

Despite the common belief in the oncology community that cancer research and treatment have focused on breast tumors that are estrogen receptor (ER)-positive, a researcher from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center maintains that clinicians have made "enormous strides" in trea...

FDA grants accelerated approval of TYSABRI, formerly antegren, for the treatment of MS

...Idec Biogen Idec creates new standards of care in oncology and immunology. As a global leader in the development, manufacturing, and commercialization of novel therapies, Biogen Idec transforms scientific discoveries into advances in human healthcare. For product labeling, press releases and additional infor...

No link found between pneumonitis in breast cancer patients and taxane-based chemotherapies

... Tse-Kuan Yu, M.D., Ph.D., a resident in radiation oncology at M. D. Anderson and the study's principal investigator, analyzed 189 breast cancer patients who had been enrolled in a prospective Phase III randomized trial. The patients had received either four cycles of paclitaxel (Taxol) followed by four cycle...

Chemoprevention backgrounder: Working for a future of cancer chemoprevention

... of chemoprevention. "As complicated as cancer is, oncology is decades behind cardiology in this respect, but ... new direction, says Lippman, the national medical oncology leader of the trial, which is expected to take more than a decade. One earlier study had tested whet...

St. Jude scientist to lead NCI Pediatric Preclinical Testing Program

...ficient preclinical information to allow pediatric oncology researchers to reliably prioritize new agents for study in children with specific cancers. The increasing number of anti-cancer agents potentially available for clinical testing makes a rational agent-prioritization process essential for future progr...

Advanced, precise radiation may boost limb-sparing therapy for sarcoma

...reeter Jr., M.D., associate professor of radiation oncology at the Keck School and USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, shared results of the team's study with colleagues on October 5 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Sarcomas are cancers that grow in the connective tissues of the body, commonly within...

U.Va. Health System adds new cancer treatment center

...g tradition of integrating the latest in radiation oncology technology into the treatment of patients with malignant disease....

New tool reveals molecular signature of cancer and HIV

... Eshleman, an associate professor of pathology and oncology and associate director for the DNA Diagnostics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins. "The molecular code of normal cells may look identical to cancerous except for a single rung in the DNA ladder-structure." The test works by creating a molecular "magnet" ...

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