Dr. Gordon Mills from MD Anderson Cancer Center Gives Examples of Unexpected Therapy Responses
Gordon B. Mills, MD, PhD, chairman, Department of Systems Biology, chief, Section of Molecular Therapeutics, Professor of Medicine and Immunology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses examples of recent and unexpected responses to medications in diseases that did not have a treatment.
In order to drive this type of therapy to the next level the first step will be to construct combinatory therapies. The field will begin to evolve from a short-term response that benefits a lot of patients, to a long-term durable response, and finally a cure.