Profound Medical’s Device on Fast Track for Commercialization

Profound’s unique device for Prostate cancer treatment is currently in Phase I clinical trials in Europe and Canada. Profound has also received FDA approval to conduct clinical trials in U.S that will begin soon in 2013. The company is on fast track to begin commercialization in Europe by 2015.

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Your Biotech Calendar, August 28: PDUFA Dates, SEC Filings, Financings

At OneMedPlace, our goal is to be your eyes and ears to the biotech and life sciences sector: putting into perspective what we’ve seen so far, and providing you with snapshots of and what’s upcoming.

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New Software From iCAD Helps Doctors Diagnose Prostate Cancer

New software being used at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center should help detect prostate cancer earlier, eliminate unnecessary testing procedures and help form a treatment plan.

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Blood Tests Can Enable Early Cancer Diagnosis

Scientists have yet to find the magic cure for cancer, but they may have found a way to beat it at its own game.

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GE Healthcare to Acquire Diagnostics Company Clarient

General Electric announced Friday that its healthcare unit will acquire molecular diagnostics company Clarient in a deal worth approximately $580 million.

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China Analyst Identifies 10 Pharma Stocks with Highest Growth Potential

China Analyst, a financial information website focused on U.S.-listed Chinese stocks, recently released its list of the top 10 pharmaceutical stocks with the highest upside.

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Father’s Day Draws Attention to Prostate Cancer

Father’s Day is just around the corner, but many dads won’t be around to celebrate. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death among men in the U.S.

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Defining a Radiation Target with Augmenix

The company’s SpaceOAR System is designed to temporarily separate organs during radiotherapy so that normal tissues are spared, and to mark tumor resection sites to allow for targeted therapy.

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For Advaxis, Bacteria Help More Than They Hurt

The idea of using harmful bacteria to treat disease might strike many as an odd concept.

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The Universal Vaccines of Inovio Biomedical

Inovio is developing a universal flu vaccine engineered to prevent several strains of influenza at once.

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