Researchers at SLAC and Stanford are developing new accelerator-based technology that aims to speed up cancer radiation therapy by hundreds of times and make related medical devices more compact. The approach could reduce side effects in patients and possibly make radiation therapy more accessible around the world.
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine and the Abramson Cancer Center, at the University of Pennsylvania, developed the vaccine using dendritic cells (DCs) derived from each patient's own peripheral blood mononuclear cells. These dendritic cells were then exposed to the patient's tumor cells, activated with interferon gamma, and injected into the patient's lymph nodes.
Aspyrian Therapeutics Inc. announces successful advances in RM-1929 clinical development in recurrent Head and Neck Cancer, including Fast Track designation granted by the FDA, initiation of clinical studies in Japan, and plans to start pivotal studies, which will incorporate the evaluation of anti-cancer immune responses, in early 2018.
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