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Topic: tumour

April 12, 2010
Scientists may have found a potential new treatment option for women suffering from particularly aggressive ovarian cancer

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September 23, 2009
People with digestive tumours who cannot take current medication are to be offered sunitinib

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August 26, 2009
Research suggests that a common drug used to treat breast cancer increases the risk of an aggressive secondary tumour developing if used for a long time

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June 1, 2009
New data released show that a combination of EMEND

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May 29, 2009
KRAS genetic defect offers possibility to combat difficult-to-treat cancers

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April 29, 2009
Research has found a suppressed gene which causes the childhood cancer neuroblastoma could be reactivated with drugs to help stop tumour growth

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April 8, 2009
Promising results in US trials of a new drug for advanced prostate cancer have been reported in the journal Science

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March 26, 2009
A major breakthrough in attempts to switch off cancer-causing genes and trigger cell death has been announced by researchers

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October 13, 2008
Woman's court battle sees landmark decision to provide life-saving cancer drug free on the NHS

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September 10, 2008
Scientists hope identification of key genes will lead to the development of new drugs for childhood brain cancer

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August 19, 2008
Drug used to treat recurrent cancerous tumours, to be reviewed by EMEA

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July 17, 2008
A microchip-based device can assess cancer patients' suitability for targeted treatment

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July 14, 2008
Natural compound could make tumours more sensitive to chemotherapy

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May 19, 2008
PI3Ks targeted by new organometallic tumour treatment

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May 6, 2008
Minerva Biotechnologies announces breakthrough nanoparticle cancer therapy

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April 14, 2008
Tumours found to grow faster in active animals

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