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Our 2019 Media Kit is now available
Your gateway to the latest oncology news, trends and resources
Inside this issue:
April 2019
University at Buffalo lab receives NIH grant to develop tools for an inside look at cellsí responses to drugs...
by Kelsey Kaustinen
April 2019
Once-weekly growth hormone demonstrates superiority on primary endpoint compared to daily growth hormone in Phase 3...
by Mel J. Yeates
April 2019
CrownBio strikes deals with Charles River for rats and JAX for mice...
by Jeffrey Bouley
April 2019
In this special report, we explore how scientists are reframing the conversation around therapeutic approaches to depression...
by Randall C Willis
New Patent Docs column
When is an invention “ready for patenting”?

Immunology 2019 Show Preview
The American Association of Immunologists brings its annual meeting, and the educational and other programming that goes with it, to San Diego this year. The event will run May 9-13.

Commentary: FDA draft guidance on in-vitro DDI studies
Dr. Ron Laethem of BioIVT discusses how it might impact your drug discovery program
Editor's Focus:
April 2019
Discovery of antibodies highly selective for toxic α-synuclein conformations may require more than just classical methods if pharma and life sciences want to make faster progress against Parkinson's disease.. [ more ]
by Dr. Neil Cashman of ProMIS

April 2019
There are plenty of new areas to explore in therapeutic options for all diseases and conditions that vex us, but are we straying too far from reliable ground and ignoring good options in the process?.. [ more ]
by Peter T. Kissinger

April 2019
Does a new treatment specifically targeting postpartum depression signal new progress in other niche areas of depression as well as treating the illness more broadly?.. [ more ]
by Jeffrey Bouley

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