Research and Other Highlights from the 2023 AACR Annual Meeting
The 2023 AACR meeting focused on the latest research into KRAS, other immunotherapy approaches, and honored Dr. Elizabeth Jaffee.
Newly Discovered Protein Complex in RAS Pathway May Provide a Treatment Target
Dr. Andrew Aguirre and other researchers from Dana-Farber and the Broad Institute are looking at the RAS pathway for a new target.
Report Highlights Potential of TCR Therapy
Dr. Elizabeth Jaffee explains the unique technique used with success for one patient in a new immunotherapy clinical trial.
Lustgarten–AACR Name Career Development Award Winners
The Lustgarten Foundation and AACR announced the winners of the 2022 Ruth Bader Ginsburg and John Robert Lewis Career Development Awards.
New Immunotherapy Strategy Aimed at High-Risk Population
Dr. Neeha Zaidi is the lead investigator of an immunotherapy trial using a vaccine for people at high risk for pancreatic cancer.
KRYSTAL-1 Trial Shows Promising Activity in Pancreas and Other GI Cancers
Dr. Tanios Bekaii-Saab reports promising results of the KRYSTAL-1 trial, which targets a KRAS mutation common to pancreatic cancer.
PanCAN 2021 Annual Scientific Summit
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN) held its annual scientific summit for an overview of the latest research projects they are funding.
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Virtual Special Conference: Pancreatic Cancer Day Two
Let’s Win and the Lustgarten Foundation bring you the highlights from Day Two of the AACR special conference on pancreatic cancer.
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Virtual Special Conference: Pancreatic Cancer Day One
Let’s Win and the Lustgarten Foundation present highlights of Day One of the AACR Virtual Special Conference on Pancreatic Cancer.
An Update on Vitamin C and Cancer
Dr. Lewis Cantley discusses the latest research on and clinical trials of vitamin C for KRAS-mutated and pancreatic cancer.
Targeting the Undruggable KRAS Protein
Dr. Shubham Pant is focusing his research on effective treatments for the KRAS mutation, found in 90% of pancreatic cancers.
Finding More Clues about Circulating Tumor DNA
Researcher Dr. Gehan Botrus looks at circulating tumor DNA for genetic information on a patient’s pancreatic cancer to personalize treatment.
Studying a New Approach for the Liquid Biopsy
Drs. Allyson Ocean and Ying-Hsiu Su lead a liquid biopsy pilot study looking for KRAS proteins in urine, to detect pancreatic cancer.
A Look at MEK and Autophagy Inhibition
Dr. Conan Kinsey looks at the MEK pathway as way to make immunotherapy more effective for pancreatic cancer patients.