Cancer, a word that strikes a chord of fear in many, is a fighting word. At $47.7bn, cancer is one of the largest, fastest growing markets in the pharmaceutical industry, and while it is a match we have yet to win, researchers and scientists have on their boxing gloves and are staying in the fight.
Oncology Drugs Experience Sales Slowdown In U.S.
Cancer drug sales are slowing down in the U.S., Reuters reported Monday.
The Ambitious Pipeline of EpiCept Corporation
EpiCept’s lead product, Ceplene, is approved for marketing in the EU for the maintenance of first remission in patients with acute myeloid leukemia.
New Imaging Technique May Provide a Closer Look at Cell Death
The information could allow researchers to observe cellular changes as a patient undergoes cancer treatment, and could aid in the development of new molecular therapeutics for diseases such as cancer.
[OneMedForum] Senesco Technologies: Life and Death on a Cellular Level
“Programmed cell death” sounds a bit sinister, but it’s actually a normal and healthy process.