During investigations into the tropical disease Buruli ulcer, researchers have instead identified a promising new avenue for potential treatments for multiple myeloma.
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Having identified the histone demethylase KDM5A as a multiple myeloma target, researchers developed a KDM5 inhibitor to treat the cancer.
Researchers have discovered that two enzymes called APOBEC3C and ADAR1 work together to fuel the transition from pre-cancer stem cells to cancer stem cells in leukaemia.
An antisense oligonucleotide has been developed by researchers to inhibit IRF4 as a potential strategy to treat multiple myeloma.
An α-radioimmunotherapy called 212Pb-anti-CD38 was effective at preventing tumour growth and increasing survival in multiple myeloma tumour-bearing mice, a study has shown.
A new compound, called FL118, was effective at combatting multiple myeloma in advanced stages of the condition in patient samples as well as mice, say researchers.
Researchers have created a CAR T-cell therapy which targets the CD229 molecule expressed on all multiple myeloma cells and killed human tumour cells in mice.
Researchers uncovered a new way to enhance the function of a specific type of immune cell that destroys tumours in multiple myeloma...
1 September 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer
Takeda’s global non-interventional, observational multiple myeloma study is now enrolling patients, aiming to have 5,000 patients over three years with a goal of following each patient for a minimum of five years in an effort to track patterns in disease presentation, patient characteristics, treatment and outcomes, thereby enhancing the understanding…