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Cancer Biomarkers: Improving Treatment and Detection

Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide, after ischemic heart disease. There are approximately 200 different types of cancer, with lung, prostate, colorectal, stomach, and liver cancer being the most common in men and breast, colorectal, lung, cervical, and thyroid cancer being the most common in wome...

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Top 10 Expected Oncology Drug Launches in 2023

Cancer is the world’s second leading cause of death. Every year, 10 million people die from cancer. Cancer kills 70% of people in low-to-middle-income countries. Cancer is estimated to cost the global economy USD 1.16 trillion per year. Millions of lives could be saved annually by implementing resource-appropriate ...

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Prostate Cancer Market
Prostate Cancer Market Experiences an Influx of the Pharma Players Veering the Market Ahead

Prostate Cancer Market Size is Expected to Increase with a CAGR of 8.1% in the 7MM for the study period of 2017-30 owing to rich Pipeline, Increasing Awareness and Better Treatment Options. A malignancy of prostate glands, Prostate Cancer, develops slowly and remains confined to prostate glands, however, can inv...

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Mavacamten Phase III clinical trial, FDA nod for Ovarian cancer therapy, Dyno Therapeutics & Novartis Collaboration, Abbott’s COVID-19 diagnostic kit

MyoKardia has announced the promising results of Phase III clinical trials of its lead drug mavacamten for symptomatic, obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). Following the announcement, shares of the California-based company skyrocketed. The Phase III clinical trial - EXPLORER-HCM – demonstrated the pot...

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Tesaro puts AstraZeneca; XELJANZ® receives; Innovus nabs; Alexion brings

Tesaro puts AstraZeneca on notice with early FDA nod for Lynparza rival niraparib Tesaro’s closely watched ovarian cancer drug niraparib—now dubbed Zejula—won an FDA nod on 27th March, months before its scheduled decision date. Apart from getting approval, Zejula also got a broader label than its head-to-head rival,...

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