Tag: BRAF

Strides and Obstacles in Melanoma Research Spotlight on Martin McMahon, PhD

By Pamela Goldsmith, MRA Director of Communications | 6 June 2017 In Science, Treatment

Like so many in the melanoma research field, Martin McMahon, PhD, Huntsman Cancer Institute’s senior director of pre-clinical translation and Professor at the University of Utah, entered the melanoma field by accident.

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The Genetics of Melanoma Goes Deep

By Kristen Mueller, Ph.D., MRA Scientific Program Director | 6 June 2017 In News, Science, Treatment

Due to the rapid advancements in DNA sequencing technologies, our understanding of the underlying genetic causes of cancer has increased substantially in the past decade. In the case of melanoma, researchers have now characterized in great detail the genetic changes that occur within tumor cells in melanoma of the skin, leading to the FDA approval of drugs targeting mutations in BRAF and MEK.

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New Melanoma Therapies Approved

31 May 2013 In News

[caption id="attachment_200" align="aligncenter" width="576"] © Ladyminnie | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images[/caption] These are the best types of posts to write:  On Wednesday, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved two genetically-targeted melanoma therapies as well as a companion diagnostic test that will be used to determine...

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