Cancer therapies have made a great deal of progress in recent years, but access to this progress is at risk. Cancer patients are often told that treatments giving them a few more weeks aren’t worth it? But increasingly, living even two weeks longer can mean a fuller and even longer life. New medicines that target specific tumors not only improve well-being, they give people the chance to try a series of new treatments that can allow people to become cancer free.
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Chemical & Engineering News: Will Patients’ Needs Be Recognized in Showdown Over New High-Priced, Highly Effective Drugs?
A provocative and wide-ranging article in the February 16, 2015 issue of Chemical & Engineering News by Rick Mullin describes the existing network of patients, pharmaceutical companies, and insurance …More
CMPI: Biotech Game-Changers Meet to Promote Earlier Access to Lifesaving Medicines for Critically Ill Patients
Center for Medicine in the Public Interest says a new alliance supporting accelerated access to life saving medicines, will bring together patients, physicians and pioneers in cancer research, for a m…More
President Obama is calling on Congress to improve the nation’s health by increasing the development of precision medicines — treatments that target the underlying cause of life-threatening diseases. H…More