Bone Cancer Research
Study Identifies Potential Drug Combination for Ewing SarcomaPosted: November 9, 2017
From experiments in cells and mice, researchers have identified a two-drug combination that kills more Ewing sarcoma cells than either drug on its own. The study findings could help inform future clinical trials.
Vaccine Therapy for Unresectable ChordomaPosted: March 23, 2016
In this phase II clinical trial, adult patients with inoperable chordoma, a type of bone cancer, who are scheduled to undergo radiation therapy will be randomly assigned to receive a yeast-based vaccine that targets a protein called brachyury or a placebo injection.
In Mice, New Drug Conjugate Suggests Promise for Hard-to-Treat Pediatric CancersPosted: June 30, 2015
Findings from a study in mice suggests that a new type of drug conjugate may have potential as a treatment for two cancers that are often diagnosed in children.