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Our 2019 Media Kit is now available
Your gateway to the latest oncology news, trends and resources
 
Inside this issue:
July 2019
Microscopy meets the molecular in the search for phenotypic impacts in drug screening...
by Randall C Willis
July 2019
AxoSim licenses revolutionary Mini-Brain technology from Johns Hopkins...
by Mel J. Yeates
July 2019
GSK, University of California to establish new lab for genetic and CRISPR research...
by Kelsey Kaustinen
July 2019
National Kidney Foundation introduces its plan for an expansive kidney disease registry...
by Kelsey Kaustinen
 
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IO Summit Show Preview: Boston-bound for immuno-oncology
The Cambridge Healthtech Institute Immuno-Oncology Summit will once again be in Boston for its seventh annual outing, though this time at the Westin Boston Waterfront. Over these last seven years, CHI says, the Immuno-Oncology Summit has become the leading annual meeting focusing on the latest applied research, providing comprehensive and in-depth coverage across all modalities and stages in the pipeline.

Editor's Focus:
July 2019
More information about adverse effects of so-called 'inactive' ingredients could be useful, but it also could just be a ton more information that we can't do much with once we have it.. [ more ]
by Jeffrey Bouley

July 2019
Our microbiomes might adversely influence some therapeutics that we take, but does that mean that we should be altering the microbiome to compensate?.. [ more ]
by Randall C Willis

July 2019
As excitement and investment related to adoptive cell transfer products increases, there are concerns and issues that need to be addressed in terms of long-term follow-up trials.. [ more ]
by Martin Lachs/Brandon Fletcher

 
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