Abraxane Approved For Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer

The FDA recently approved Abraxane for the treatment of metastatic pancreatic cancer. This is a breakthrough for Celgene (who acquired the drug with their acquisition of Abraxis), and is the first significant change in the treatment of pancreatic cancer in the last 8 years.  Results from the latest clinical trials, revealed at this year’s ASCO meeting, highlighted the drugs ability to extend the lives of pancreatic cancer patients from 3 to 6 months.

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About Mark Fortner

I write software for scientists doing drug discovery and cancer research. I'm interested in Design Thinking, Agile Software Development, Web Components, Java, Javascript, Groovy, Grails, MongoDB, Firebase, microservices, the Semantic Web Drug Discovery and Cancer Biology.
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