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Pesquisadores da Mayo Clinic dizem que molécula ligada a câncer de pâncreas agressivo oferece possíveis avanços clínicos

JACKSONVILLE, Flórida, 21 de maio de 2014 — Pesquisadores da Clínica Mayo em Jacksonville, Flórida, descobriram uma enzima que, segundo eles, está estreitamente ligada ao nível de agressividade do câncer do pâncreas em um paciente. Os pesquisadores dizem que o estudo, publicado no jornal Molecular Cancer Research, fornece percepções fundamentais [...]

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Investigadores de Mayo Clinic dicen que molécula relacionada con el agresivo cáncer de páncreas permite potenciales avances clínicos

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — Investigadores de la Clínica Mayo en Jacksonville, Florida, han descubierto una enzima que dicen está estrechamente relacionada a cuán agresivo sea el cáncer de páncreas en un paciente. Los expertos informan que el estudio, publicado en la revista Molecular Cancer Research, proporciona información clave en la forma más [...]

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Mayo Clinic Researchers Say Molecule Linked to Aggressive Pancreatic Cancer Offers Potential Clinical Advances

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered an enzyme they say is tightly linked to how aggressive pancreatic cancer will be in a patient. They say the study, published in Molecular Cancer Research, provides key insights into the most aggressive form of the disease, which is one of the [...]

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Endoxifen Shows Promise as Breast Cancer Treatment A Phase I trial of endoxifen, an active metabolite of the cancer drug tamoxifen, indicates that the experimental drug is safe, with early evidence for anti-tumor activity. Mayo Clinic oncologist and lead author of the study Matthew Goetz, M.D., says, “We achieved up to sixtyfold higher levels of endoxifen compared to endoxifen levels [...]

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Mayo Clinic Awarded Major Grant for Ovarian Cancer Research

Investigators at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center received a five-year, $11.5 million grant to translate research into treatments for women with ovarian cancer. Every year in the United States, more than 16,000 women die from the disease and another 22,000 are diagnosed, according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The [...]

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