Osteosarcoma Research Blog
Welcome to the osteosarcoma research blog. Here you’ll find all the latest news in osteosarcoma including trial results, scientific discoveries and conference reports.
A study has identified a new possible drug target to treat osteosarcoma. The research is in its early stages but it shows that our understanding of osteosarcoma is increasing.
Applications are now open to join our patient advisory board. We are looking for 6 members of the osteosarcoma community to join our board and help direct our charity’s work.
Primary bone A disease where cells divide and grow uncontrollably and can spread to other areas of the body. (PBC) is a group of cancers that includes osteosarcoma (OS). Other cancers in this group are Ewing’s sarcoma, chondrosarcoma and...
A recent study explored a potential treatment called APR-246 in hard-to-treat cancers containing specific genetic mutations.
This week Kate Quillin, Research Officer at Sarcoma UK, took over our blog. Sarcoma UK fund vital research, offer support and campaign for better treatments.
We are excited to announce that the first Osteosarcoma Now Newsletter (ONN) will be in your inbox on Friday 30th September. Sign up now!
“For me to be able to develop a drug that helps people with osteosarcoma is really a tribute to my daughter's friend.”
Professor Nancy DeMore, Medical University of South Carolina
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