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microRNAs Predict Recurrence Risk of Head and Neck Tumors


A new method predicts the course of HPV-negative head and neck cancer after radiation chemotherapy. According to a recent article in the journal ‘Clinical Cancer Research’, five microRNAs (miRNAs) can provide the decisive data. The work was conducted at the Helmholtz Zentrum München and the ...


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Researchers uncover molecular mechanisms of rare skin disease


Keratinocyte skin cells are common targets of the beta subtype of human papilloma virus. This usually harmless infection causes skin disease in people with rare gene mutations. You're probably infected with one or more subtypes of the human papilloma virus--and, as alarming as that may sound, ...


No link between HPV vaccination and risk of autoimmune disorders


A new study found no increased risk of autoimmune disorders in girls who received quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV4) vaccination, adding to the body of evidence for the safety of the vaccine. Human papillomavirus is the most common sexually transmitted disease worldwide, affecting 50%-75% ...


Eurofins expands its specialty diagnosis branch

Acquiring Dutch NMDL-LCPL


Eurofins Scientific announces the acquisition of NMDL-LCPL, a specialized medical testing business providing molecular diagnostics and pathology laboratory services. NMDL-LCPL is comprised of the Nederlands Moleculair Diagnostisch Laboratorium (“NMDL”) and the Leids Cytologisch Pathologisch ...


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HPV may lurk in your throat


Human papilloma virus (HPV), the culprit behind cervical cancer and some forms of head and neck cancer may hide in small pockets on the surface of tonsils in people not known to carry the virus. The finding, reported by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers, could be pivotal for the ...


By decoding how HPV causes cancer, researchers find a new potential treatment strategy


A study that teases apart the biological mechanisms by which human papillomaviruses (HPV) cause cancer has found what researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center say is a new strategy that might provide targeted treatment for these cancers. HPV is responsible for the majority of cervical ...


Timely treatment of lesions that may cause anal cancer can cut risk, mortality by 80 percent


No guidelines exist for the treatment of precancerous anal lesions that might ultimately develop into anal cancer, leaving physicians to make a best guess about whether to remove them or wait and watch to see if they go away on their own. A study led by a University of Florida researcher offers ...


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New subtype of cervical cancer discovered


A team of University of South Carolina scientists led by Carolyn Banister and Phillip Buckhaults has identified a new subtype of cervical cancer that, like most cervical cancers, is triggered by human papillomavirus (HPV) but whose growth is not directed by the virus, suggesting that therapy ...


Enrollment for additional phase I trial of HPV-vaccine

ORYX's vaccine in addition to chemotherapy in HPV-associated cancers


ORYX announced that first patients have been treated in an additional Phase I clinical trial with VicOryx, a therapeutic vaccine to treat p16INK4a overexpressing Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) positive cancer patients, in combination with standard cisplatin-based chemotherapy. The patients have ...


Genticel Announces Positive Preclinical Proof of Concept Results for HPV Therapeutic Vaccine Candidate


Genticel announced positive preclinical in vivo proof of concept results of GTL002, its multivalent HPV therapeutic vaccine candidate based on the Company’s versatile Vaxiclase platform.No treatment options are available for women infected with oncogenic HPV types but who have not yet developed ...


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