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  • Dr. Bruce Spiegelman led a study that shows a natural hormone that is increased by physical exercise and by exposure to cold improves blood sugar control, suppresses inflammation, and burns fat.

     

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  • Dr. Wayne Marasco talks about Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and his work on developing a treatment for the deadly disease.

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  • Dr. Wayne Marasco commented on the first confirmed case of Middle East Respiratory Virus (MERS) in the United States.

     

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  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first treatment ever for advanced stomach cancer.  Dr. Charles Fuchs is the lead investigator of the medication, called ramucirumab.

     

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  • Dr. Wayne Marasco and his colleagues have identified natural human antibodies against the virus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

     

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  • At a meeting with Senator Elizabeth Warren, Dr. Barrett Rollins warned that young researchers were abandoning the field or taking jobs in more research-generous countries.

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  • Dr. Nikhil Wagle led a study on advanced bladder cancer patients who responded exceptionally well to a combination drug therapy.

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  • Dr. Nikhil Wagle led a study that found a patient with advanced bladder cancer experienced a complete response for 14 months to the drug combination Everolimus and Pazopanib. 

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  • An immune therapy approach that was on the fringes of cancer therapy is suddenly the hottest trend in cancer drug development. Studies led by Dr. F. Stephen Hodi and Gordon Freeman, PhD, are referenced.

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  • Dr. Barrett Rollins is one of several Dana-Farber doctors commenting on a survey showing major cancer institutes accepting more industry dollars for research.

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