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What’s New in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment?

Criterium's Academic Breast Cancer Consortium (ABRCC) is comprised of 15 renowned academic and community sites in North America, conducting translational research in Breast Cancer studies for major pharmaceutical companies who are working on the most current clinical trials for advanced treatments of breast cancer. While 2020 was a year dominated by COVID-19 news and tragedy, breast cancer research and breakthroughs can't wait for COVID to "go away" – and research in this area continues on full-speed. Our ABRCC researchers reflect on 2020 and look ahead to 2021 with renewed hope.
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Podcast: ‘You Have to Personalize the Miracles’

For November's Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Heather Smith and Melissa Turner share the stories of their cancer journeys. The women took very different routes to the CU Cancer Center and the world-renowned lung cancer care of Ross Camidge, MD. On this episode of the CU Anschutz 360 podcast, learn why they love everything about Dr. Camidge’s practice, especially the fact that he makes them laugh.
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Researchers Identify “Druggable” Signaling Pathway that Stimulates Lung Tissue Repair

Findings from a CHOP/Penn Medicine study could lead to treatment for patients with lung disease, including acute respiratory distress syndrome due to COVID-19.
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Positive Trial Data with 100% Safe Delivery

Moleculin Announces Positive Trial Data with 100% Safe Delivery of p-STAT3 Inhibitor and Efficacy in Majority of Patients Preliminary results from phase 1 clinical trial of WP1220 for treatment of
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Following NCCN Guidelines for Metastatic Breast Cancer Results in Lower Costs for Patients

Research from the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB finds patients treated outside of NCCN Guidelines recommendations had significantly higher direct costs. A new study from the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer
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Consumer Warning for Erectile Dysfunction Pills

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to purchase or use drugs advertised nationwide as a “healthy man alternative to the little blue pill” or “healthy man,”
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