Navigation Links
Project Zero Delay Accelerates Drug's Path to Clinical Trial
Date:8/3/2009

nical trials are initiated without delays caused by contracting issues. New clinical trials can simply be appended to an existing master agreement, often as quickly as in a day.

"Zero Delay demonstrates what can be accomplished in an atmosphere of trust and collaboration that we've cultivated through our strategic alliance," Bast said. The alliance agreement also includes a commitment to regular meetings, a point of contact to remove obstacles, support of collaborative projects and a commitment to accelerate drug development.

"The next challenge," said Barge, "will be to do this consistently in order to develop truly innovative therapies that will someday offer new benefits to cancer patients."

Co-authors with Kurzrock and Bast are: Susan Pilat, Marcel Bartolazzi, and Dwana Sanders, all of M. D. Anderson's Department of Investigational Therapeutics; Stanley Tucker, Ph.D., Office of Translational Research. From AstraZeneca: Jill Hood, Ph.D., Kevin Webster, Michael Mallamaci, Steven Strand and Eileen Babcock.

About M. D. Anderson

The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston ranks as one of the world's most respected centers focused on cancer patient care, research, education and prevention. M. D. Anderson is one of only 40 comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute. For six of the past eight years, including 2009, M. D. Anderson has ranked No. 1 in cancer care in "America's Best Hospitals," a survey published annually in U.S. News & World Report.

Get M. D. Anderson News Via RSS

'/>"/>

SOURCE AstraZeneca
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related medicine technology :

1. The Female Health Company Receives USAID DELIVER PROJECT Order for 5 Million Units
2. Uncontrolled Blood Pressure Highest Among Hispanics, Prompting New Hypertension Project in Miami
3. The Well Project Web Portal Receives Stevie(R) Website of the Year, InfoWorld 100 Award
4. Hospital Launches Landmark Emergency Medicine Project
5. UM Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program Approves 18 Collaborative Research Projects, Worth $4.4 Million, Between University Faculty, State Technology Companies
6. DATATRAK and COResearch to Collaborate on Six Cardiac Safety Projects
7. ACORNs Oncology-focused Contract Research Organization Exceeds Projections
8. Dutch Top Institute Allocates 150 Million Euro to R&D Projects Targeting Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease
9. QMed, Inc. Receives 2-Year Extension of Medicare Coordinated Care Demonstration Project by CMS
10. TriLink Awarded a Phase II Grant for a Second Hot Start PCR Project
11. Debiopharm and EPFL Sign Research Project Agreement to Identify Inhibitors of Signalling Pathways Controlling Cell Fate for Cancer Treatment
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:12/24/2014)... 2014  Advanced Medical Isotope Corporation ("AMIC") (OTCQB: ADMD), ... the development of brachytherapy devices and medical isotopes ... it has filed a de novo ... for marketing clearance for its patented Y-90 RadioGel(TM) ... Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (the "Act").  ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... , Dec. 23, 2014   Synageva ... a biopharmaceutical company developing therapeutic products for rare ... Agency (EMA) of the Marketing Authorization Application (MAA) ... recently granted the company,s request for accelerated assessment, ... regulatory review time.   The MAA, ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... ALEXANDRIA, Va. , Dec. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ ... stringent diastolic blood pressure target for people with ... either moderate or high doses of statins, in ... risk management enacted by the American College of ... recommendations are reflected in the most recent changes ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Advanced Medical Isotope Corporation Files a "de novo" Submission for Y-90 RadioGel(TM) Device 2Advanced Medical Isotope Corporation Files a "de novo" Submission for Y-90 RadioGel(TM) Device 3Synageva BioPharma Announces Sebelipase Alfa Marketing Authorization Application Validated By The EMA 2Synageva BioPharma Announces Sebelipase Alfa Marketing Authorization Application Validated By The EMA 3New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 2New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 3New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 4
... will present new data across its portfolio representing ... rare and difficult-to-treat cancers.  These results will be ... for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress in Milan, Italy ... http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100416/PFIZERLOGO) (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100416/PFIZERLOGO) "Pfizer ...
... Oct. 7 Vivaglobin® (subcutaneous immunoglobulin [IgG]) (SCIg) ... treatment-naive patients with primary immunodeficiency (PI) and may ... therapy in the newly diagnosed, according to data ... European Society for Immunodeficiencies. The study found that ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 2Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 3Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 4Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 5Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 6Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 7Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 8Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 9Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 10Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 11Pfizer Oncology To Present New Clinical Data Across Ten Tumor Types and Multiple Molecular Targets 12Study Demonstrates Safety and Efficacy of Subcutaneous Vivaglobin® as First-Line Therapy for Primary Immunodeficiency 2Study Demonstrates Safety and Efficacy of Subcutaneous Vivaglobin® as First-Line Therapy for Primary Immunodeficiency 3Study Demonstrates Safety and Efficacy of Subcutaneous Vivaglobin® as First-Line Therapy for Primary Immunodeficiency 4
(Date:12/25/2014)... Recently, LunaDress.co.uk has updated its blog to provide professional ... all of the models at LunaDress.co.uk come with big discounts, up ... wedding veil can turn out to be a most exciting memory ... can always bring surprise to a wedding. On the updated fashion ... choose veils for a big day . , Going out with ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... (HealthDay News) -- Among early stage breast cancer patients ... of one percent will eventually develop leukemia as a ... The finding comes from a review of more than ... and it suggests that the risk for developing treatment-related ... previously thought. "The frequency of bone marrow cancers ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... 25, 2014 “ SmileStix ” was featured ... the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, ... host of NewsWatch, conducted the app review and shared with ... personal stickers. , The old saying goes, “A picture says ... words that can describe a single image, because each picture ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... Parker & Sons, Inc. an industry leader ... quality regarding heating, cooling and plumbing services in the ... the “Queen of Clean” for impressive contractor services in ... over the years for providing outstanding quality customer service ... services for both homeowners and businesses. Linda Cobb, known ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... TX (PRWEB) December 24, 2014 Connie ... specialist and functional medicine advocate with 30 years of ... trial to evaluate the health benefits of dietary detoxification. ... with new participants following excellent results from test patients ... When asked to explain her interest in conducting the ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:LunaDress Provides Professional Tips On Shopping Wedding And Prom Dresses 2Health News:Breast Cancer Chemo Tied to Small But Significant Leukemia Risk 2Health News:Breast Cancer Chemo Tied to Small But Significant Leukemia Risk 3Health News:An Application to Create Custom Stickers was Featured on NewsWatch Television on December 19, 2014 2Health News:Parker & Sons Announces Recognition In 2014 By The “Queen Of Clean” For Impressive Contractor Services In Arizona 2Health News:Parker & Sons Announces Recognition In 2014 By The “Queen Of Clean” For Impressive Contractor Services In Arizona 3Health News:Connie Casad, MD, Now Accepting Test Participants for January Dietary Detoxification Study 2Health News:Connie Casad, MD, Now Accepting Test Participants for January Dietary Detoxification Study 3
... issue of American Journal of Preventive Medicine says that there ... ,These conclusions were arrived at by researchers at ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They monitored data of ... Factor Surveillance System survey. This particular survey covered 22 states ...
... appearing in the online journal Cancer says that elderly white ... to develop full blown melanoma regardless of their exposure to ... study found that women in the age group of 50 ... carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma of the skin, had a ...
... attempt to rapidly eliminate milder strains of avian influenza virus ... been proposed to broaden the target of the European Union ... been taken by agricultural ministers of the 25 different countries ... the proposal, it was agreed to boost the currently existing ...
... into the oral HIV tests which have given false results. ... California and New York health centers. The rapid OraQuick Advance ... minutes. The test had gained popularity as blood samples are ... ,Complaints are being investigated by officials belonging to ...
... Hickok, neuroscientist, professor of cognitive sciences at the University ... The National Institute of //Deafness and Other Communication Disorders ... Health ($2.4 million for 5 years). ,This ... brain converts sound waves into meaningful language. ...
... health hospitals are flooded with patients with psychiatric disorders. The ... 12% in the past 4 years. ,This ... health facilities. ,According to the Australian Institute of ... specialized psychiatric hospitals decreased by 5%. ,But the ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Detection of Weak strains of bird flu virus – Target of European Unio 2Health News:$2.4 Million Grant To Unravel The Mystery Of Language Recognition. 2Health News:Community hospitals inundated with Psychiatric care cases (12%) 2
... Grade PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Form: Granular, free-flowing powder EEO(-m r ... Point (3%): less than or equal to 35.5C ... 80C Gel Strength (1.5%): greater than or equal ... greater than or equal to 1500 gm/cm 2 ...
... sulfate (SO 4 ) ≤ 6000 mg/kg Cation traces: ... ≤ 10 mg/kg Cr ≤ 10 mg/kg Cu ≤ ... mg/kg Mg ≤ 10 mg/kg Mn ≤ 10 mg/kg ... ≤ 10 mg/kg Zn ≤ 10 mg/kg Special ...
Application: Capable of separating DNA fragments of 50 to 1000 bp on a 3% gel Solubility: water 15 mg/mL, clear, colorless, hot Special grade: for molecular biology Suitab tst: electrophoresis te...
Inquire...
Medicine Products: