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2014-01-15 08:28:43

WOONSOCKET, R.I., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MultiCell Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MCET.OB) has filed a U.S. provisional patent application concerning composition of matter, biological targets, mechanism of action, methods and formulations to achieve targeted tumor cell death. This patent application describes a novel class of very small noncoding double stranded RNA molecules (VSRNAs) which interfere with the basic homeostatic cellular processes in tumor cells....

2014-01-08 12:28:55

SYDNEY, Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Viralytics Limited (ASX: VLA, OTCQX: VRACY) can report that the 54(th) late stage melanoma patient has been injected with CAVATAK(TM), thus achieving the major milestone of target enrolment in the US Phase 2 CALM trial. The Phase 2 trial is a single arm study being conducted at 11 US cancer clinics to investigate the safety and efficacy of intratumoral CAVATAK(TM) (Coxsackievirus A21) in patients with late stage malignant melanoma. Dr. Malcolm...

2013-12-27 12:22:29

Non-profit provides tens of millions in grants since founding by Barbara and Edward Netter in 2001 STAMFORD, Conn., Dec. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As the potential of gene and cell therapy in fighting cancers grows and oncologists across the nation explore the burgeoning science, doctors have uncovered a stunning development - cancers can be treated using patients' own cells as a weapon, and can eliminate the harrowing, often debilitating effects of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. (Photo:...

2013-11-27 23:04:25

Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy (ACGT) – a Stamford, CT-based non-profit devoted exclusively to treating and eradicating cancer with cell and gene therapies – has provided a $500,000 grant to combat glioblastoma, one of the most difficult types of brain cancer to treat. Visit http://www.ACGTFoundation.org. United States and Canada (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy (ACGT) – a Stamford, CT-based non-profit devoted exclusively to treating and eradicating...

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