Tag Archives: Cancer

After Delays, Project DataSphere Rolls Out

An industry and academic data-sharing project went live on Tuesday, nearly a year after the platform was expected to launch. Visitors to the site – no credentials needed – can register and access de-identified clinical data from the comparator arms of nine oncology trials, with more to come. Project DataSphere, the newest data transparency and […]
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Six Steps to Better Cancer Care in Europe

A  report published yesterday provides recommendations for combating the “significant inequalities” affecting access to quality cancer care in Europe.
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Casing Cancer: ASCO Launches New Series on State of the Disease

Despite its importance as a vital indicator of overall population health status, cancer suffers from an information deficit – particularly when considered from a global perspective. The American Society of Clinical Oncology [ASCO], the lead professional group in this space, is now working to rectify at least part of the gap with the launch of […]
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CEO Interview: Harvey Berger, Ariad Pharmaceuticals

Eight months into the launch of its first approved drug – Iclusig (ponatinib), a small molecule therapy indicated for two rare forms of leukemia – Ariad Pharmaceuticals’ principal founder and CEO Harvey Berger says doing it all, from discovery to global commercialization, is the company’s path to sustainability and the way to take on Big […]
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Healthcare Systems in Europe "Failing Patients"

By Reflector, Brussels correspondent. Any complacency that the world of healthcare might be feeling about advances in the ability to treat patients suffered a head-on assault in Dublin, Ireland, last week, at a conference organized under the auspices of the Irish Presidency of the European Union and featuring a galaxy of Irish and European stars […]
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