Expert says widely applicable predictive testing is needed to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment
Tumour evolution is one of the primary reasons for resistance to treatment and researchers are now learning how to use it to lead tumours down a dead end
How ESMO is transforming the challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic into opportunities to re-shape the future of the oncology community
As the complexity of the cancer landscape increases, miscommunication and misunderstanding emerge as major obstacles to patient self-determination
Efficacy of targeted therapies has enabled unprecedented survival gains in the last few years, but Prof. Jean-Charles Soria believes overcoming drug resistance is likely to be a local battle fought in the tumour microenvironment
CAR-T cell therapy in solid tumours: will we ever replicate the success rates achieved in blood cancers?
Despite early promises, advances are needed in targeting tumour-specific epitopes, overcoming the tumour microenvironment, and automating CAR-T production, explains Prof. Ulrike Köhl
Faced with an explosion in the complexity of genomic, imaging and clinical data, AI is rapidly becoming an indispensable tool for oncologists.
Breast cancer treatment should be tailored to the tumour biology – not to its hormone-receptor status alone
New insights into breast cancer immunology and genomics support further segmentation of patient subgroups and treatment approaches, says Prof. Sherene Loi