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January 9, 2015

Cambridge University Finds New Gene Behind Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Sarah Knapton, Science Editor

Cambridge, England 

Scientists have identified the gene behind one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer, triple-negative, in a breakthrough whch could bring life-saving new treatments.  


May 19, 2015
Anti-PDL1 immunotherapy promising in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer 
Kay Jackson Contributing Writer, MedPage Today In patients with metastatic triple-negative breast cancer, immunotherapy with the monoclonal antibody against immune checkpoint, PD-1, appeared to be safe, tolerable, and capable of durable clinical activity according to an ongoing multicenter phase 1a study,reported Dr. Leisha Emens of Johns Hopkins University.



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