Tuesday, May 22, 2018

RET inhibitor shows potential in RET-altered solid tumours

The potent and highly selective RET* inhibitor BLU-667 was well-tolerated and exhibited promising clinical activity among patients with advanced, RET-altered solid cancers that progressed despite multikinase inhibitor therapy, according to data presented at AACR 2018.

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Artificial pancreas systems improve glycaemic control in outpatients with type 1 diabetes

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