Not in Madrid – with the global pandemic continuing to exert a significant effect on the cancer conference season, the annual meetings continue apace virtually.
Plaza de Cibeles, Madrid
For this year’s ESMO meeting we have already covered immunotherapies, both early and late stage pipeline highlights and now it’s time to explore what to watch out for over the weekend on the early to mid stage targeted therapy front.
The good news is there is some potentially practice changing data being presented, as well as some novel approaches in preclinical development emerging. These should be hitting the clinic in the near to medium term future. On the other extreme is the more common problem whereby a few agents are showing signs of not holding up to their early promise/hype.
Let’s now take a look at what we can learn in the fourth and final ESMO Preview for 2020…
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Post 2016 US Election, we move on and get back to business with an in-depth review of some new science and clinical data.
Yes, it’s time for another Bushidō – “Way of the Warrior” – guide to the key ASH abstracts!
Here we focus on acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a difficult and challenging disease to treat with a high unmet medical need for new effective therapies.
In this Preview we look at key companies in the AML space, as well as a look at what’s happening in classic targets and also some new ones that are receiving notable attention, both preclinically and also in the clinic.
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