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SAGE-CARE

The Acronym "SemAntically integrating Genomics with Electronic health records for Cancer CARE (SAGE-CARE).

Supporting Cancer Care via semantically integrating genomic sequencing, electronic health records (EHRs) and research repositories.

Virotherapy: skin cancer successfully treated with herpes-based drug

‘Virotherapy’ uses modified herpes virus to attack melanoma cells and has potential to overcome cancer even when disease has spread throughout the body
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New skin cancer drug set for clinical trials

Lab tests suggest panRAF inhibitor may be effective in melanoma patients no longer responding to existing treatments
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Chemical signal gives melanoma cancer cells a ‘green light’ to spread

Researchers have identified a chemical that melanoma cells follow when they spread around the body – raising the prospect of eventually switching it off
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Drug raises hopes for skin cancer treatment

British man with advanced cancer appears to have been cured by pembrolizumab drug, say doctors
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Latest News

09 Jun 2015

NSilico Delivers on Parallel Computing Solutions at PRACE-DAYS 2015

Brendan Lawlor, parallel computing specialist with NSilico delivered his talk on novel functional programming coupled with low level instruction based parallelism to an audience at PRACE DAYS 2015. This parallel technology helps drive bioinformatics processing in SimplicityTM our user friendly bioinformatics platform. The PRACE DAYS conference brought together experts from academia and industry who presented […]

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06 Feb 2015

Main project kick off meeting

The main project kick off meeting in h_da was highly engaging with extensive input from all partners. We also held our main project kick off meeting held over 2 days in h_da in Darmstadt. The meetings held Thursday 12th Feb and Friday 13th were attended by all main partners and included workshops in team building, management, […]

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