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Advances in urothelial cancer treatment and prognosis

This independent medical education meeting has been funded by Astellas.

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An overview of the detection and treatment of ROS1 fusion-positive NSCLC

This content is intended only for healthcare providers and was made possible by educational funding provided by F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.

IN FOCUS | Genitourinary cancers

Box of statins, prescription and a stethoscope

05-12-2022 | Prostate cancer | News

Statins tied to improved survival in men receiving androgen-ablative therapies

Men with advanced prostate cancer may derive a significant survival benefit from the concurrent use of statins alongside androgen-ablative therapies, suggest the Canadian authors of a systematic review and meta-analysis.

IN FOCUS | Lung & thoracic cancers

DNA mutation

28-10-2022 | Non-small-cell lung cancer | News

Real-world study adds support for osimertinib for uncommon EGFR mutations

Osimertinib elicits high rates of systemic and intracranial response in people with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer harboring uncommon EGFR mutations, say the authors of the real-world UNICORN study.

IN FOCUS | Breast cancer

Woman taking medication

08-12-2022 | SABCS 2022 | Conference coverage | News

First-line ribociclib plus ET RIGHT Choice for aggressive advanced breast cancer

Ribociclib plus endocrine therapy is associated with a significant progression-free survival benefit relative to combination chemotherapy in treatment-naïve patients with hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative, advanced breast cancer with aggressive features, suggest trial data.

IN FOCUS | COVID-19 & cancer

Antibodies attacking SARS-CoV-2 virus, the conceptual 3D illustration for COVID-19 treatment, diagnosis and prevention

10-01-2023 | COVID-19 | News

Antibody testing may identify cancer patients at increased risk of COVID-19 breakthrough infections

A Canadian population-based study has confirmed that people with cancer have an increased risk of breakthrough COVID-19 infection after vaccination, while UK research points to the feasibility of SARS-CoV-2 antibody testing to identify those with the lowest level of vaccine-derived protection.

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