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Mayo Clinic: subtipos de cáncer de ovario predecirían respuesta al bevacizumab

CHICAGO, Illinois — La secuenciación molecular es capaz de identificar a las pacientes con cáncer de ovario que tienen mayor probabilidad de beneficiarse con el tratamiento con bevacizumab (Avastin), descubrió un estudio dirigido por Mayo Clinic. Los resultados de la investigación se presentan hoy durante la reunión anual 2014 de [...]

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Mayo Clinic: Ovarian Cancer Subtypes May Predict Response to Bevacizumab

CHICAGO — Molecular sequencing could identify ovarian cancer patients who are most likely to benefit from treatment with bevacizumab (Avastin), a Mayo Clinic-led study has found. Results of the research were presented today at the 2014 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting. The addition of bevacizumab to standard therapy [...]

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Combinación de Avastin con otra droga promete ayudar al combate del cáncer cerebral

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — 20 de febrero de 2013.  La droga bevacizumab, también conocida por la marca comercial Avastin, hace que los tumores se reduzcan en corto tiempo en pacientes con un cáncer de cerebro conocido como glioblastoma multiforme, pero luego generalmente vuelven a crecer y se extiende a lo largo [...]

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Combo of Avastin, Second Drug Shows Promise Fighting Brain Cancer, Mayo Clinic Finds

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The drug bevacizumab, also known by the trade name Avastin, shrinks tumors briefly in patients with an aggressive brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme, but then they often grow again and spread throughout the brain for reasons no one previously has understood. Now, Mayo Clinic researchers have [...]

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Drug Combo with Avastin Shows Promise Fighting Brain Cancer

The drug known by the trade name Avastin, shrinks tumors briefly in patients with an aggressive brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme, but then they often grow again and spread throughout the brain for reasons no one has previously understood. Now, researchers at Mayo Clinic in Florida have discovered that pairing Avastin with another cancer drug, [...]

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