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2 01, 2016

The power of combination therapies

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New checkpoint inhibitor studies combining the experimental drug, Keytruda, with Revlimid, are working in patients who have become refractory to Revlimid. I found this great article on Linkedin.com on Saturday. I didn't even know there was such a thing. I thought that Linkedin was a professional job networking site. Apparently, professionals in healthcare can post

22 12, 2015

Hopeful news about first PD-1 inhibitor

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Another exciting, new immunotherapy may be on the horizon: Keytruda In meetings of well informed patient activists and experts after ASH, several in the group were excited about a new class of drug called PD-1 inhibitors. Jenny Ahlstrom was practically doing back flips over it. Here's info on the first of let's hope are several

8 12, 2015

More drugs are good, but aren’t enough

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Data for more than a dozen "new" myeloma drugs was presented at this week's American Society of Hematology (ASH) meetings here in Orlando. As I described yesterday, several are hopeful crossover drugs; compounds that are already FDA approved for use against other cancers. Keytruda, known chemically as pembrolizumab, and ricolinostat (ACY-1215), another possible cross over