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This Week's Kidney Cancer Association Video Blog

12/31/2016

News about kidney cancer in a video blog (VLOG) hosted by Carrie Konosky and Bill Bro of the Kidney Cancer Association.

FDA Approves CABOMETYX™ (Cabozantinib) Tablets for Patients with Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma

04/25/2016

CABOMETYX, which was granted Fast Track and Breakthrough Therapy designations by the FDA, is the first therapy to demonstrate in a phase 3 trial for patients with advanced RCC, robust and clinically meaningful improvements in all three key efficacy parameters...

Lenvatinib in Renal Cell Carcinoma

04/23/2016

"...it produced a 43% response rate, a PFS in the 14- or 15-month range, and a 25-month median OS. I think it’s impressive."

Discovery of a novel target for renal cell carcinoma

04/22/2016

We recently reported that monotherapy using the TGase 2 inhibitor GK921 in a xenograft tumor model abrogated RCC growth through p53 stabilization.

Low-Dose Aspirin Tied to Better Cancer Survival

04/22/2016

The findings, published April 20 in the journal PLOS ONE, are based mostly on so-called observational studies.

Enhancing antitumor activity of vitamin D

04/19/2016

Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) research on the most potent form of vitamin D, commonly called calcitriol, offers new insights into approaches that may enhance the antitumor activity of this much-studied human hormone.

There’s No Other Hospital Like It

04/17/2016

Some 1,200 credentialed physicians, dentists, and PhD researchers; 620 nurses; and 450 allied health-care personnel work in patient care units and laboratories in numerous areas of clinical study...

The Big Downside to Better Medicine?

04/17/2016

IMS Health estimates that total U.S. spending on prescription medicine clocked in at $425 billion last year. What's behind this surge in drug spending?

New and Updated NCCN Guidelines Presented

04/12/2016

More Than 1,600 Oncology Professionals Attended the NCCN 21st Annual Conference, Which Featured Presentations of the Latest Developments in the Treatment of More Than 15 Cancer Types, as Well as Expert Roundtables and Panel Discussions

Largest ever genomic study set to revolutionize cancer treatment

04/10/2016

Scientists suggests that one in 10 cancer patients would be more accurately diagnosed if their tumors were defined by cellular and molecular criteria rather than by...

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