First patients dosed in phase 2 platform clinical trial testing novel immunotherapy combinations in highly malignant ovarian cancer.
CRI’s latest analysis of the PD1/PDL1 immuno-oncology landscape confirms trends in trial design and patient enrollment, points to robust pipeline of new agents in clinical development
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The first patients have enrolled in a platform clinical trial, called REVOLUTION, testing combination immunotherapy in patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer. The study uses an innovative design to test multiple combination therapies in parallel.
CRI's free and live online event for patients and caregivers covering cancer immunotherapy, clinical trials, and cancer care disparities takes place Oct. 7-8, 2021.
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Immunotherapy clinical trials are critical endeavors that lead to breakthrough cancer treatments.
This Skin Cancer Awareness month, discover new research, treatments, and progress for a future immune to skin cancer.