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UC San Diego Brain Tumor Treatment Program Launches Personalized Biomarker Clinical Study

The Brain Tumor Unit at the Moores UCSD Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego in La Jolla, is launching a clinical trial that will examine the use of biomarkers to advance the treatment of malignant gliomas, brain tumors that start in the brain or spinal cord tissue. Annually, about 17,000 Americans are diagnosed with gliomas, which are difficult to treat and often fatal.

New Molecular Imaging Biomarker Efficiently Demonstrates Malignant Prostate Tumors

Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA and NuView Life Sciences of Park City, UT have entered into an exclusive licensing agreement for advancing the development of a new molecular imaging (MI) compound which identifies genomic expressions linked to prostate cancer (PC).

Quintiles Announces Suite of PI3K Biomarker Assays to Advance Oncology Therapies Targeting this Cancer Pathway

Quintiles today announced a comprehensive suite of biomarker assays to help bio pharmaceutical companies investigate the phosphoinositide 3-kinases (PI3K) cancer survival pathway, the focus of numerous anti-cancer therapies under development. Understanding the PI3K pathway is essential in developing new medicines to inhibit or block this pathway, thereby cutting off a metabolic function needed for certain cancers to survive.

Power3 Medical to Publish Medical Breakthrough Documented During Clinical Trials of Power3 Medical’s Flag Ship NuroPro(R) Diagnostic

Power3 Medical Products, Inc. (OTCBB: PWRM – News) announced today that, in collaboration with Lourdes R. Bosquez, MD, it has unexpectedly discovered new and unprecedented findings regarding clinically important differences in the response of the NuroPro® protein biomarkers in the blood of untreated Alzheimer’s disease patients compared to patients treated with the widely used anti-dementia drugs Aricept® (Donepezil HCl, Pfizer – NYSE: PFE), Exelon® (Rivastigmine, Novartis – NYSE: NVS), and Namenda® (Memantine HCl, Forest Laboratories – NYSE: FRX). These results relate to the genetically distinct groups of Alzheimer’s disease patients, i.e., those individuals who possess the Alzheimer’s high-risk gene for Apolipoprotein E4 and those who do not possess the gene.