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CSL has granted United States firm Janssen Biotech a licence to develop and commercialise CSL's treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). Under the deal, CSL will receive a licence fee, milestone payments and royalties on sales. CSL will complete
Featuring new insights and important discoveries from around the world, this scientific forum will include presentations and data that could affect the way cancer care is planned and delivered. Memorial Sloan-Kettering physician-scientists Juliet
Cessna has crashed near the remote western Alaska village of Saint Marys, killing four of the 10 people aboard. Lanza massacred 20 first-graders and six school staff last year. Central America after fleeing the US to avoid having forced chemotherapy.
In Northeast Ohio, 11 year old Sarah Hershberger, living the Amish lifestyle was taken away from her home and out of the country at one point by her parents to avoid being forced to receive chemotherapy treatments for her Leukemia. Her parents
A 10-year-old Amish girl with leukemia and her parents haven't contacted a guardian appointed two months ago to make medical decisions for the girl after her parents stopped her chemotherapy treatments, the guardian's attorney said Wednesday. It's
A 10-year-old Ohio girl and her parents, who oppose a hospital's efforts to have her treated for leukemia, have dropped out of sight, authorities say. Sarah Hershberger and her parents, Andy and Anna Hershberger of Homer Township, have not been seen
Assistant Professor Chris Vakoc, centers on the way a cancer-promoting gene is controlled. When this oncogene, called Myc, is robustly expressed, it instructs cells to manufacture proteins that contribute to the uncontrolled growth that is cancer's
Bend Gate Elementary is collecting money for Pennies for Patients to honor one of their own. Pennies for Patients is one of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's school and youth programs...Her fellow students want to collect $2,014 by Tuesday for
Melbourne researchers make breakthough in treatment for aggressive leukaemia Updated November 22, 2013 12:56:19 Medical researchers in Melbourne have discovered a ground-breaking technique for treating aggressive forms of leukaemia. The Peter
The recall followed the discovery of cracks in some of the vials in batch ON3007x2.