Posted 20th May 2020 by Joshua Sewell
This article is republished with kind permission from BioVox.
Recent activities in the cell therapy field have prompted many investment funds to pour fresh and increasing capital into this space. In this review, we would like to share some observations and highlight a few of the questions that arise when new modalities cross the bridge from bench to bed.
Posted 17th December 2018 by Jane Williams
As industry developments continue to improve, the potential for personalised medicine and the possibility of individual diagnosis is on the horizon. These slides, from the Precision Medicine & Biomarkers Leaders Summit: Europe are now available from Andres Hurtado-Lorenzo, Thorsten Gutjahr & Thomas Skot Jensen.
Posted 26th September 2018 by Jane Williams
Immunotherapy continues to gain popularity in several areas related to cancer research and new treatments. Studies prove that each and every cancer case is unique, so the need for personalised medicine presents a logical focus. Personalised cancer vaccines are one form of cancer immunotherapy. The vaccines are a form of precision medicine, which has become an increasingly more enticing area for treatment research.
Posted 24th August 2018 by Jane Williams
We spoke to Alex Bastian about how he got started in precision medicine, where he sees it going and how he intends to use real world evidence to unlock the potential around personalised approaches to drug development:
Posted 30th July 2018 by Jane Williams
There has been some interesting news, discoveries and development to catch up on this month in the world of precision medicine. Take a look at the list below to find out more:
Posted 30th April 2018 by Jane Williams
Industrial and “omic” scale mutational profiling of solid tumours are possible as a result of massively parallel sequencing technology. However, these clinical genomic testing capabilities have also brought myriad new biological, technical and operational challenges not encountered in monogenic disorder testing. All of this impacts the interpretation and reporting of somatic variants. As a testament to the nascency of this field, the first published consensus guidelines for interpretation of variants in cancer was only released in early 2017.
Posted 20th April 2018 by Jane Williams
With genetic data making headlines, Aris Baras reflects on how genetic research can further advancements in medicine and delves into how his team’s work on large-scale approach is paving the way for new discoveries and enhanced patient care.
Posted 11th April 2018 by Jane Williams
A stroke is a clinical condition that could benefit greatly from personalized medicine. Strokes remain a leading cause of mortality and morbidity in the United States, affecting over 800,000 adults annually, leaving many with a permanent disability. The current stroke population are approximately 195,000 recurrent strokes, which are often more severe, debilitating, and costly than first-time strokes.