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Antigenics Inc. has spent between $400 million and $500 million to conduct two Phase 3 trials on its potential cancer vaccine. But the Lexington-based company never plans to send it to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for approval.
Renal cell carcinoma with mixed features of papillary and clear cell cytomorphology: a fluorescent in situ hybridization study
We performed fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) to investigate the numeric change of chromosomes 7, 17, and Y and loss of chromosome 3p in "papillary renal cell carcinomas (RCC) with extensive clear cell changes (CCC)." Consecutive cases of RCC over a 12-year period were reviewed to identify "papillary RCC with extensive CCC." Immunostaining for cytokeratin 7 and alpha-methylacyl-CoA racemase (AMACR) and FISH for chromosomes 7, 17, Y, and 3p were applied.
Congressional Democrats said they were focusing on toughening regulations on the health-insurance industry in a bid to assemble a scaled-down, more populist health-care bill after the party's defeat in Massachusetts.
Clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC) is the most common form of adult kidney cancer, characterized by the presence of inactivating mutations in the VHL gene in most cases1, 2, and by infrequent somatic mutations in known cancer genes...
Talactoferrin has also shown activity in renal cell carcinoma, as well as severe sepsis and has been shown to be very well tolerated in all of these patient populations.
The resounding five-point victory in one of America's most liberal states is an upset heard 'round Washingtonand one that ought to force Democrats to rethink their entire agenda, national health care in particular.
A veteran Edina doctor has been disciplined for removing the wrong kidney of a patient during cancer surgery, a medical mix-up that made headlines across the state in 2008, and for taking a biopsy from the wrong organ of another patient a few months later.
Survivors of childhood cancer have a significantly increased risk for developing heart disease as young adults, a new study finds.
Bobby Charles, the Louisiana singer-songwriter who penned such hits as Fats Domino's "Walking to New Orleans" and "See You Later Alligator" by Bill Haley and the Comets, has died. He was 71. His longtime publicist Karen Johnson said Charles, whose real name was Robert Charles Guidry, died Thursday morning. She did not know the specific cause of death but said Charles had diabetes and was in remission from kidney cancer.
For five days as her husband lay in his hospital bed suffering from kidney cancer, Regina Holliday begged doctors and nurses for his medical records, and for five days she never received them.
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