Drug repository programs have the potential to be a key component in accessing life-saving treatments. In a landscape where prices for cancer drugs are escalating, many face a challenge in obtaining life-saving treatments. There are many resources for overcoming these obstacles, but it is clearly not enough for those already struggling with the challenges of a cancer diagnosis.
In a recent article entitled "Emerging Agents for the Treatment of Advanced, Imatinib-Resistant Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors: Current Status and Future Directions" published online in Springer for Research and Development, LRG Research Team member Sebastian Bauer [...]
With precision medicine an accepted paradigm in cancer treatment, finding the right targeted drug treatment for each patient can prove challenging. MIT chemical engineers have designed an implantable device, which is about the size [...]
How long must dying patients wait for justice? In a recent edition of the Wall Street Journal, Gregory Conko, Director of Food Safety Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, an advocacy group based in Washington DC, [...]
The legal battle that had been waged by the Abigail Alliance since 2003 ended abruptly on January 14 when the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal by the patient advocates. Currently, it is illegal [...]