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Innovation and Long-Term Experience in Treating Cancer
Innovation and Long-Term Experience in Treating Cancer

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Our News: Genetic Testing Identifies Best Immunotherapy Prospects for Prostate Cancer Patients - New Treatments for Prostate Cancer While immunotherapy has proven to be a viable form of cancer treatment, not all patients respond to the currently available methods. A major breakthrough occurred this summer, when scientists found that genetic testing could identify prostate cancer patients who are likely candidates for immunotherapy. Treating Prostate Cancer with Immunotherapy Last June, a ma...

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The Cancer Research Institute has announced there will be a published report providing global information on cancer cell therapies undergoing analysis. Currently, there are 753 global therapies, clinical studies have 375, and new therapies for cancer cells has 350 in development, and a total of 113 targets are being explored. #Cancerimmunotherapy http://ow.ly/juwy30laMU1

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Doctors recommend a healthier lifestyle through eating, exercising, and keeping weight low. That's a positive approach but #Cancerimmunotherapy experts are concerned that people over 60 years should suspect unexplained weight loss as an indication of cancer. For men, a recent study noted weight loss as a factor in prostate cancer. http://ow.ly/E4VJ30laMTZ

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We have information on immunotherapy and gastric cancers that you should know. According to Dr. Andrew Ko, professor of medicine at the University of California, #CancerImmunotherapy still holds the most interest for cancer researchers. The experts at Issels® have decades of experience with immunotherapy treatment. Contact us for more information. http://ow.ly/Krk430laMTY

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Being able to treat patients with personalized treatment plans is showing a lot of promise for improving the survival rates among those who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Find out more about how individualized treatments are helping to improve life expectancy for patients with this type of cancer. #CancerImmunotherapy http://ow.ly/P4aV30laMTW

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Our News: Test on New Drug that Contains Cancer Cell Metastasis - Tests on a New Drug That May Contain the Spread of Cancer At Issels®, our immunotherapy for cancer treatments are often used with patients whose tumors have spread to other parts of the body. Over the last few years, an international research team has made significant progress in developing a drug that limits the movement of cancer cells. Stopping the Spread of Cancer Cells Metastasis is the term for the ability of cancer cel...

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Scientists are working on finding improved ways to treat advanced cancers, including ovarian and colorectal cancer. A recently announced clinical trial that combines immunotherapy and virotherapy could lead to improvements in treating these types of cancer. Read more about this clinical trial. #CancerImmunotherapy http://ow.ly/npEQ30laMTV

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Our News: Special Adoptive T Cell Therapy Reprograms Metabolism of Cancer Cells Causing Their Death - New Cancer Research is Focused on T Cells “Everything in moderation” is often cited as the key to balance in life, but scientists are taking a different approach in a new form of cancer treatment. According to the results of a recent study, driving up levels of oxidative stress can be fatal to cancer cells. Reprogramming the Metabolism of Cancer Cells Reactive oxygen species (ROS) such as p...

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Research conducted at the University of Pennsylvania indicates that there are several benefits for patients when their positive screening report is quickly followed with diagnostic tests. These include fewer delays such as issues with insurance, a lower mortality risk, less stress for patients, and improved #Cancerimmunotherapy treatments. http://ow.ly/xOBB30l5uej

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Researchers report the development of a new option for immunotherapy treatment using cultured stem cells versus patient cells, which may lead to 'off-the-shelf' anticancer drugs for patients. Research using iPSC-derived natural killer (NK) cells was conducted using test mice with ovarian cancer at the University of Minnesota and the University of California. http://ow.ly/23og30l5uei
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