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A new chemist is graduated

It is with great pleasure that I announce the graduation of another member of our research group: Luis Enrique “Kike” Aguilar defended his BSc thesis yesterday and is now counting the days left for the Autumn when he’ll move to the Netherlands for a… 140 more words

Computational Chemistry

A New Use for One of the Oldest “New” Drugs

With the profusion of new targeted agents entering the clinical arena, a report from the American Society of Hematology bears consideration.

The trial known as the SORAML trial enrolled 276 patients with newly diagnosed acute myelogenous leukemia. 469 more words

Dr. Robert Nagourney

The anti-viral effect of sorafenib in hepatitis C-related hepatocellular carcinoma

Sorafenib is utilized to treat progressed renal cell carcinoma (RCC; a sort of tumor that starts in the kidneys). Sorafenib is likewise used to treat hepatocellular carcinoma (a kind of liver disease) that can’t be treated with surgery and a certain sort of thyroid tumor that has spread to different parts of the body and can’t be treated with radioactive iodine. 203 more words

A New Treatment For Primary Liver Cancer


Sorafenib is a medication sanction for the treatment of essential kidney tumor (progressed renal cell carcinoma), progressed essential liver malignancy (hepatocellular carcinoma), and radioactive iodine safe progressed thyroid carcinoma. 239 more words

Cancer

Sorafenib May Offer New Treatment Option for Advanced Thyroid Cancer


Sorafenib is a kind of treatment called a multi-kinase inhibitor. Kinases are critical proteins in the body that control the way cells develop and isolate. 313 more words

Cancer