Larry Hanover


Clinical Trial Diversity Efforts Gain Steam

May 4th 2021

Nearly 30 years after National Institutes of Health sought to increase participation of minorities in clinical trials, a demographic imbalance remains.

Gomella Lauds Breakthroughs in GU Cancers

February 22nd 2021

A recent wave of drug approvals for treating prostate cancer in earlier disease states, coupled with genomic advances, may help pave the way for a shift toward handling the malignancy as a chronic condition.

Harnessing the Potential of Cell and Gene Therapy

February 4th 2021

Although safety remains a concern with gene therapy, investigators are breaking ground in cell and gene therapy, and many believe that ultimately, a string of cured cancers will follow.

Expert Sees Need for Better Guideline Adherence in NSCLC

January 19th 2021

At the beginning of his career as a medical oncologist in the 1990s, lung cancer specialist Rogerio C. Lilenbaum, MD, was squarely focused on diagnosing and treating his patients while translating emerging clinical research into practice.

Immunotherapy Expert Puts Fresh Focus on AEs

October 15th 2020

In less than 10 years, immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) have dramatically altered the treatment landscape for patients with metastatic melanoma, helping to drive an improvement in 5-year survival rates from historical levels of less than 10% to more than 50% with some regimens.

Chasing a Cure in Lung Cancer: Kris Urges Pushing Forward in COVID-19 Era

August 16th 2020

In an interview with OncLive, Mark G. Kris, MD discusses how the treatment of patients with metastatic lung cancer today bears scant resemblance to what it was when he entered the field 4 decades ago.