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    • 13 MAR 14
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    HIV/AIDS: Progress and Promise in Stem Cell Research

    CIRM has funded two HIV/AIDS Disease Teams led by scientists at UCLA and the City of Hope who are focused on stem cell transplant strategies that promise a long lasting resistance to HIV.

    • 25 NOV 13
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    Treating prostate cancer

    Treating Prostate Cancer with Immune Therapy, Using the Gorter Model Authors: Robert Gorter, MD, PhD, and Erik Peper, PhD „I had a primary tumor. It is no long there. You can feel it when a large tumor in the prostate is gone and you can also see it on an ultrasound. Now my PSA is

    • 25 NOV 13
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    Progress occurs by leaps and bounds not by incremental change.

    Progress occurs by leaps and bounds not by incremental change. Author Robert W. Gorter, MD, PhD.   Progress occurs by leaps and bounds not by incremental change Author: Robert W. Gorter, MD, PhD. The incremental improvement of standard therapies through improved surgical techniques, radiation, chemotherapy or medications that can be patented or slight changes in

    • 25 NOV 13
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    CVax®-brain shows survival for patients with brain cancer

    CVax®-brain shows survival for patients with brain cancer Long-Term Follow-Up of DCVax®-Treated Brain Cancer Patients Shows 33% of Patients Reached 4-Year Survival and 27% Have Reached or Exceeded 6-Year Survival   Long-Term Follow-Up of DCVax®-Treated Brain Cancer Patients Shows 33% of Patients Reached 4-Year Survival and 27% Have Reached or Exceeded 6-Year Survival. BETHESDA, Md.,

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