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The Accelerating Race for Immunotherapy Biomarkers
As the market for immunotherapies grows, doctors’ interest in diagnostics to guide more precise treatment increases.
Moffitt, Foundation Medicine, Dana-Farber Partner on Genomic Analysis of MCC Patients
Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center have partnered with investigators at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Foundation Medicine to develop what Moffitt said was the...
New Drug Could Improve Response to Chemotherapy
A new compound has been discovered that disables a key DNA repair pathway involved In cancer drug resistance. The potential drug, found by researchers...
Tempus Attracts $200M in Series F Financing, Bringing Total Raised to $510M
Tempus, a precision medicine technology company focused on collecting and analyzing molecular and clinical data, has raised $200 million in Series F financing, bringing...
Five-Year Super Successes in Genomics and Precision Medicine
Multidimensional, computationally rich approaches represent the next wave of innovation, taking personalized medicine to the next level, while demanding more of practitioners, who in...
FDA Approves Myriad’s BRACAnalysis CDx for Use with Pfizer’s Talzenna
Myriad estimates 60,000-plus U.S. patients diagnosed with or who progress to metastatic breast cancer could benefit from the CDx
Precision Play: Roche Acquires Foundation Medicine’s Outstanding Shares for $2.4B
Companies combining expertise in genomics and molecular data, aiming to enhance development of diagnostics and personalized cancer drugs
With $80M in New Financing, Tempus Plans Further Platform Growth
Company has now raised $210M in three years with plans to build the world's largest library of clinical and molecular data for clinical use
DxTerity, City of Hope Collaborate on Test to Predict Efficacy of Radiation Therapy
The work is part of the RADIANT study to validate DxTerity's blood test for identifying patients likely to benefit from radiation treatment.
Gut Microbiome Diversity Linked to Slower Melanoma Progression
Researchers find that patients with more varied types of bacteria in their digestive tract had longer median progression-free survival.