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AZ showcases data for next-generation PARP inhibitor AZD5305

AZ showcases data for next-generation PARP inhibitor AZD5305

candidate. “Our data at AACR reflect a robust early-stage pipeline, poised to deliver life-changing medicines to patients living with cancer. ... The ongoing study found that Zn-c3 generated five partial responses (PR), with two confirmed PRs in

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  • After years of potential, cell and gene therapy is ready for the pharmaceutical mainstream After years of potential, cell and gene therapy is ready for the pharmaceutical mainstream

    These T cells are then injected back into the bloodstream with the aim of targeting and killing cancer cells. ... Currently the company is conducting a phase 1 trial for advanced ovarian cancer in a dose escalation trial that will treat four separate

  • 20 for 2020 – Five pharma companies to watch 20 for 2020 – Five pharma companies to watch

    That includes potential new approvals for PARP inhibitor Lynparza in prostate and pancreatic cancer to extend its existing use in ovarian and breast cancer. ... in July 2019, which involved 22 plaintiffs who alleged using J&J talc caused them to develop

  • Case study: Ovarian Cancer Action (OCA) Case study: Ovarian Cancer Action (OCA)

    Every rose had a tag with the symptoms of ovarian cancer, Ovarian Cancer Action’s url and #WOCD. ... The charity also lobbied politicians across the UK to support World Ovarian Cancer Day.

  • Leading AstraZeneca’s return to growth in Europe Leading AstraZeneca’s return to growth in Europe

    Reic said the adoption of diagnostics into standard clinical practice has been one of the biggest challenges in Lynparza’s first indication, ovarian cancer – but this must now be replicated in ... First we had ovarian cancer, then breast cancer, and

  • AstraZeneca’s oncology renaissance AstraZeneca’s oncology renaissance

    Eight years on, three new oncology drugs are proving to be the driving force for the new AstraZeneca: small molecule, targeted lung cancer drug Tagrisso (osimertinib) and ovarian cancer treatment Lynparza ... People who have BRCA gene mutations have an

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