January 12th 2021
Oncologists discuss the use of social media in oncology.
January 6th 2021
January 6, 2021 - The MOMENTUM trial will randomize patients to receive momelotinib or danazol to determine which regimen shows more efficacy against the MF hallmarks of anemia, constitutional symptoms, and splenomegaly.
December 30th 2020
December 30, 2020 - The phase 1/2 GOBLET trial will investigate the use of pelareorep in combination with atezolizumab in patients with metastatic colorectal and advanced or metastatic pancreatic and anal cancers.
December 10th 2020
December 10, 2020 - Patients with early breast cancer with a HER2 single-activated pathway determined by molecular subtyping using BluePrint assay, showed a trend for greater benefit with adjuvant pertuzumab therapy, according to an exploratory analysis of the data from the APHINITY trial.
December 8th 2020
December 8, 2020 - The combination of venetoclax and rituximab to retreat patients with relapsed/refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia demonstrated a sustained time to next treatment benefit according to 5-year follow-up data of the MURANO study in a poster presentation at the 2020 ASH Meeting.
December 5th 2020
December 5, 2020 - Azacitidine, was shown to significantly prolong overall survival and relapse-free survival in patients with acute myeloid leukemia in first remission regardless of the number of rounds of prior consolidation therapy.
November 23rd 2020
November 24, 2020 — Amcenestrant, a new oral form of endocrine therapy that has shown early signs of efficacy, is being evaluated against the current standards of care in patients with estrogen receptor–positive, HER2-negative locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.
November 11th 2020
Adagrasib, a novel agent aimed at KRAS G12C mutations, has demonstrated early signs of efficacy in patients with advanced non–small cell lung cancer and colorectal cancer whose tumors harbor the alteration, raising hopes for a new therapy against a challenging oncogenic target.
November 10th 2020
Practices and cancer centers in randomly selected zip codes will be required to participate in the new radiation oncology Model, which is expected to cover approximately 30% of eligible Medicare fee-for-service care episodes.