Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . December 18th, 1995Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
Cancer Vaccines - Combination Vaccine Handles Real Life Simulation in Metastases Model
Oncology (HBV) - HBV Replication Only in Nontumorous Tissue
Oncology (HBV) - HBx Protein Involved in Certain Liver Cancers
Polynucleotide Immunization - Options: Gene Gun Delivery, Intramuscular Delivery or Intravenous Delivery
Vectors (Design) - Bioengineered Clostridial Spores Target Tumors for Eradication
Vectors (Design) - CD5-Mediated Gene Delivery System Specifically Targets T Lymphocytes
Vectors (Design) - Mini-Viral Vector Developed from Herpes Simplex Virus
Vectors (HSV-tk) - Improved Vector Boosts Transduction Efficiency
Breast Cancer - Cancer Center Focusing on Translational Research
Human Papillomavirus - Vaccine Prevents Infection in Canine Model
Industry News (Clinical Trials) - Phase III Trials for Pancreatic Cancer Begin
Industry News (Clinical Trials) - Preliminary Results from Doxil Trial in KS Patients Presented
Industry News (Clinical Trials) - Trials of Novel Anti-Cancer Agent CT-2584 Begin
Industry News (Diagnostics) - Bladder Cancer Test Receives FDA Approval
Industry News (Diagnostics) - FDA Advisory Panel Recommends Against HER-2/neu Breast Cancer Test
Industry News (Diagnostics) - NMP22 Test Kit Recommended as 'Approvable with Condition'
Industry News (Gene Discovery) - Gene Reported To Inhibit Growth of Prostate Cancer Cells
Industry News (Therapy) - Advances in Isotopic Cancer Therapy Announced
Industry News (Therapy) - Intron Announced As Adjuvant Therapy for Cancer Patients
Cancer Gene Therapy - "Cancer Therapy Through Direct Administration of gamma-IFN Retrovector."
Cancer Gene Therapy - "Cytokine Gene Therapy for Experimental Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC)."
Immunotherapy (Cancer) - "Mycobacterium tuberculosis Gene Transfer in Melanoma Cells Induces Antitumoral Immunity in Mice."
Tissue Banking - "Allografts for Tumour Surgery."
Vectors (RNA) - "Replicative RNA Vectors for ErbB-2 Polynucleotide Vaccination."
Human Papillomavirus - "Perinatal Infection and Persistence of Human Papillomavirus Types 16 and 18 in Infants."
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