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The antibody-drug conjugate shrank tumors in 28% of people with locally advanced or metastatic urothelial cancer.
The antibody-drug conjugate is the second drug approved for metastatic breast cancer in the course of a week.
The antibody-drug conjugate extended survival by four months compared with chemotherapy.
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A checkpoint inhibitor combination and an antibody-drug conjugate may offer new treatment options.
Shelley Kerr, 65, is an award-winning bronze sculptor who lives with her husband in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has Stage IV bladder cancer.
An antibody-drug conjugate could be a step toward selective treatment for neuroendocrine prostate cancer.
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The report highlights how cancer research is extending and improving lives and includes a special feature on COVID-19 and cancer challenges.
The antibody-drug conjugate nearly doubled survival time for people with triple-negative breast cancer.
Mylotarg consists of an antibody that binds to the CD33 receptor protein on malignant B cells combined with a chemotherapy drug.
Last year, the FDA approved three new antibody-drug conjugates for treating cancer.
Updated study results show antibody-drug conjugate plus Keytruda shrinks tumors in 73% of patients.
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