Articles tagged with: Lung

International Clinical Trials Day 2018

Posted in General News Published by Bethan Warman 21 May 2018

International Clinical Trials Day 2018

International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated on 20th May each year in recognition of the clinical trials conducted around the world, which ensure that research from the laboratory can be translated into patient benefit. The progress that is continuing to be made in cancer research, resulting in cancer survival rates doubling in the last 40 years, would not be possible without the researchers, clinicians, nurses and, of course, patients that are involved in clinical trials each year.

RECRUITING: ATOMIC-meso, a Global Randomised Trial of Triplet Drug Therapy for Malignant Mesothelioma

Posted in General News Published by Reza Roozitalab 19 October 2017

ADI-PEG20 continues to show promise

RECRUITING: ATOMIC-meso, a Global Randomised Trial of Triplet Drug Therapy for Malignant Mesothelioma

Several ongoing clinical trials, led by Dr Peter Szlosarek at the Barts Cancer Centre, continue to investigate the clinical efficacy of "arginine starvation" using ADI-PEG20...

Encouraging results for a new mesothelioma chemotherapy

Posted in Publications Published by Zoe Leech 12 April 2017

Other hard-to-treat cancers are now being tested

Encouraging results for a new mesothelioma chemotherapy

A new publication from Dr Peter Szlosarek and his team in the Journal of Clinical Oncology marks the next step in the development of a revolutionary treatment for mesothelioma.

This cancer of the lung lining is hard to treat and an increasing problem as more people develop the condition...

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