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Is Real-World Evidence a Complement to Randomized Clinical Trials?

Use of real-world data has the potential to accelerate drug and device approvals in rare diseases and advance precision medicine initiatives.

Gene-Delivery Method Generates Immune Checkpoint Antibodies In Vivo

In mice, DNA-encoded plasmids generated sufficient in vivo expression of immune checkpoint antibody CTLA-4; DMabs may one day rival traditional mAbs.

Targeting Functional Noncoding RNAs in CML With Cas9

A new screening approach identifies more than 200 lncRNAs essential for survival in CML cells, suggesting lncRNAs could be good prospective targets for therapies.

Preexisting Immunity to CRISPR-Cas9: A Problem for Gene Editing in Cancer?

Evidence is building to show that most people have preexisting immunity to CRISPR-based therapies. In cancer, however, it's unclear how much that matters.

Cancer Recurrence: Tackling a Valid Survivor Fear

Researchers are learning that roughly half of survivors live with a moderate to high degree of fear of recurrence, and teaching techniques to better cope with ...

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