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Full impact of COVID-19 pandemic on cancer treatment unknown, according to GlobalData

Full impact of COVID-19 pandemic on cancer treatment unknown, according to GlobalData

World Cancer Day (4 February 2021) is aiming to address systemic weaknesses exacerbated by pandemic. ... The warning coincides with World Cancer Day (4 February 2021), which is led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).

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  • Avoiding data pitfalls in clinical research Avoiding data pitfalls in clinical research

    In a recent pilot study with Roche Pharmaceutical for a rare cancer indication, Medidata’s Synthetic Control Arm (SCA) pulled actual data from past studies to create well-matched control arms. ... The pilot was successful enough to be accepted for

  • Digital disruption Digital disruption

    Combining ‘drag and drop’ computer simulations they’re trying to predict the best way to kill cancer cells with drugs that control their function. ... Next, they draw in the basic signalling pathways that can go wrong in cancer cells.

  • Winning the war against cancer Winning the war against cancer

    At a regional cancer control meeting in Riga last month the Czech Republic, Slovenia and The Netherlands were held up as examples to learn from in areas such as centralised registries, ... work carried out by the likes of the OECD with its Health at a

  • It’s time for pharma companies to become household names It’s time for pharma companies to become household names

    Pharma helps people survive heart attacks, beat cancer, manage depression and control diabetes, but until the companies behind these medicines become a visible part of people's lives, they're never

  • Country report: The healthcare market in South Korea Country report: The healthcare market in South Korea

    The leading cause of death is cancer, followed by cerebrovascular and heart disease. ... The R&D Program for Cancer Control funds research projects by industry, academia and research institutes.

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  • World Cancer Day and the role of people-centred care

    play an active role in decisions about their care and respecting their decisions can empower them to regain their sense of control throughout their cancer journey. ... Newsom T. How to cope with loss of control as a cancer patient.

  • Immunotherapy in oncology

    This has led to major progress in disease control and prolonging the survival of cancer patients, but there are still major areas of unmet need. ... Three states of interaction exist in immunoediting;. Elimination, in which the immune response eradicates

  • Enough already. It’s time for pharma companies to become household names

    Pharma helps people survive heart attacks, beat cancer, manage depression and control diabetes, but until the companies behind these medicines become a visible part of people’s lives, they’re never

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