Cancer Research

Oncotarget Spreads Free Information

Oncotarget is a journal that publishes free papers online every week that are available to everyone. They also include an option for users to print these documents. The intent of Oncotarget is to spread the public’s knowledge by making various scientific research results available as soon as they are released. This will allow new discoveries to be shared more quickly and it will also build a bridge between different specialities in order to make the communities more accessible to each other. This also has worked to encourage collaboration in biomedical sciences. Oncotarget is considered to a revolutionary advance in the sharing network inside of the medical field. It is going to lead a great system of information and will greatly increase the access that everyone, including the public and medical professionals, have to the plethora of research that is being gathered every day. Download output styles at Endnote.com.

Since their main goal is to end all disease, Oncotarget decided to focus specifically on combating cancer. They have made huge strides in the organization of all of this information and this has benefited the families of those who are suffering from cancer because they have access to a greater amount of information about the disease. The journal focuses specifically on potential therapy treatments and the current standing of treatment protocols. It focuses on the perspective of the patient and uses that to generate ideas for improved and more innovative management programs. They also worked with therapeutic agencies in order to further that sector. They supply their readers with all the evidence that is backing this research, and they discuss the potential therapies that could come into effect in the future. Oncotarget is thriving under the impressive leadership hands of Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov, the editors in chief of the journal. Oncotarget runs through the intricate Index Medicus abstract. They run a highly efficient system and they are growing in popularity with authors in the medical field. In addition to their focus on oncology, Oncotarget also has in depth information on chromosomes, stems cells, neuroscience, cell diseases, gerotarget, and pathology. They also publish papers about age related disease, immunology, and endocrinology.

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Seattle Genetics and Clay Siegall Advances in the Treatment of Cancer

Seattle Genetics is an industry leader in developing antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs). ADC is a technology designed to control the targeting capability of monoclonal antibodies. Through the technology, monoclonal antibodies inject cell-killing agents directly to cancer cells. The antibody-drug conjugates are meant to spare non-targeted cells hence eliminating most of the harmful effects of traditional chemotherapy. ADCs can also enhance antitumor activity. Engineered monoclonal antibodies have provided a therapeutic advantage to cancer patients as well as people with autoimmune diseases/ acute ailments.

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The biotechnology company, Seattle Genetics is advancing its product pipeline to address major unmet medical needs. The company has produced the first new class of ADCs known as ADCETRIS® (brentuximab vedotin). Seattle Genetics is carrying out a huge clinical development program to evaluate the potential of ADCETRIS as a foundation in treating CD30-expressing lymphomas. The biotechnology company is also advancing an innovative ADC known as vadastuximab talirine (SGN-CD33A; 33A). The ADC is being analyzed in the Phase 3 CASCADE trial for severe myeloid leukemia (AML).

ADCETRIS and 33A are among the many ADCs in clinical advancement using Seattle Genetics’ proprietary technology. The company’s ADC technology is also used by associates who are developing several programs using Seattle Genetics’ proprietary tactic. The company is committed to enhancing treatment for patients through internal research and development as well as partnerships and scientific advancements.

Clay Siegall co-founded Seattle Genetics in 1997. He serves as the CEO, president and chairperson of the board of Seattle Genetics. Dr. Siegall is a scientist by profession and has built the company on a foundation of thorough research, scientific advancements, drug development practices and a passion for assisting patients. He has almost 20 years of experience in therapeutic drug development and cancer research. Clay Siegall holds a B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maryland and a PhD in Genetics from George Washington University.

Dr. Siegall has guided the firm to its current top position in creating antibody-drug conjugates for treating cancer and in attaining the approval for its first ADC product, ADCETRIS® (brentuximab vedotin) in 2011. He has also spearheaded the company’s capital raising initiatives, raising more than $330 million through private and public financing. Clay Siegall has made strategic partnerships such as the exclusive global collaboration agreement with Genentech for SGN-40.