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A marker can identify patients who will not benefit from treatment with antiangiogenic drugs Translational
19.09.2016
Clinical Cancer Research. A marker can identify patients who will not benefit from treatment with antiangiogenic drugs Many cancer patients receive antiangiogenic agents as part of their treatment. However, the response...
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13.09.2016
Science Signaling. ATR inhibitors prove effective in two pre-clinical models of cancer Tumours are an accumulation of cells that divide without control, accumulating hundreds of...
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09.06.2016
Cell Reports. CNIO researchers discover a mechanism that reverses resistance to antiangiogenic drugs Researchers from the Breast Cancer Clinical Research Unit at the Spanish National Cancer Research...
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07.04.2016
Molecular Cell. CNIO scientists discover a new mechanism of resistance to chemotherapy The occurrence of chemotherapy resistance is one of the major reasons for failure in cancer...
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10.02.2016
Nature Medicine. CNIO researchers find a potential therapy for the most aggressive type of lung cancer in preclinical models   Tumour tissue from a mouse with lung cancer. /Chiara Ambrogio. CNIO Lung cancer is one of the...
The CNIO will lead a melanoma multidisciplinary consortium funded by the AECC Translational
18.09.2015
The CNIO will lead a melanoma multidisciplinary consortium funded by the AECC In a ceremony that will be held in Burgos on September 23, the Scientific Foundation of the Spanish...
The past, present and future of pancreatic cancer research and treatment Translational
23.04.2015
Reviews Clinical Oncology. The past, present and future of pancreatic cancer research and treatment The oncologists Manuel Hidalgo, Director of the Clinical Research Programme of the Spanish National...
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05.02.2015
Cell Reports. CNIO researchers propose a new drug combination therapy to treat cancer A large part of the effort dedicated to cancer research is directed towards the search for...
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14.01.2015
Clinical Cancer Research. CNIO scientist associate rare variants of a gene with side effects from chemotherapy with paclitaxel The research is published by 'Clinical Cancer Research'

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