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August 26, 2014 An Old Need for New Therapies in CLL Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is a cancer type mainly seen in elderly people, with the average age of diagnosis being 72 years old. However, elderly patients have been underrepresented in CLL clinical trials, and the current gold standard treatment of chemoimmunotherapy is only viable for physically fit people under 65, which rules out the majority of ... LEARN MORE
August 19, 2014 Finding the Right Path in Lung Cancer Therapy Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer worldwide, with historically low survival rates and a high number of cases ... LEARN MORE
August 12, 2014 Guiding the Way in Preclinical Radiation Research Radiotherapy is a common treatment for many cancer types, and in recent years has become extremely effective using ... LEARN MORE
August 5, 2014 FGF1 Injects Fresh Ideas into Type 2 Diabetes Research Type 2 diabetes cannot be cured and is managed by a regimen of exercise, diet, and drugs. As the currently available ... LEARN MORE