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Optimising trial methodologies to maximise trial efficiencies: a case study in breast cancer radiotherapy trials
(Institute of Cancer Research (University Of London), 2020-01-31)
Background: In an era of falling local relapse rates, the risk-benefit ratio of adjuvant breast radiotherapy requires careful consideration, and the collection of normal tissue effect (NTE) data optimised. For patients at ...
Precision genomics for prostate cancer patient stratification
(Institute of Cancer Research (University Of London), 2020-10-31)
Introduction Several unmet needs currently persist in advanced prostate cancers. Despite recent discoveries, such as identification of deficient DNA repair pathways as a key driver of prostate tumour development, relatively ...
Developing biomarker-driven treatments for oesophagogastric cancer
(Institute of Cancer Research (University Of London), 2020-08-31)
Introduction Despite recent advances in both genetic characterisation and development of novel targeted agents the outlook for advanced oesophagogastric (OG) cancers remain poor and there is a need for improved biomarker-driven ...
Applications of liquid biopsies in metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer
(Institute of Cancer Research (University Of London), 2020-02-29)
Despite many recent advances, treating advanced prostate cancer (PC) remains clinically challenging. The need for vaildated circulating biomarkers is well recognised in almost all cancers, including in PC. Whilst circulating ...