Inhibition of negative immune regulation – The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2018 was awarded jointly to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation. In this weeks issue of 'Through the lens', we take a closer look at other leading stakeholders in the space of cancer related CTLA-4 and PD-1 research.

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The leaders and people to watch for in the ctDNA space

The ctDNA space has attracted much attention lately due to its great potential as a blood-based biomarkers for early diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of cancers. In this weeks post, we outline the opinion leaders and rising stars in this space

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Who's leading the way in Sickle cell disease?

Thanks to newborn screening, early blood transfusions and administering hydroxyurea in younger patients, most children born with Sickle cell disease today will survive to adulthood. But this improved care doesn’t cure the disease. This week, we take a closer look at the experts that are moving the needle in this space.

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Top Investigators, established opinion leaders and rising stars within MS

This week, we look into the world of Multiple sclerosis and zero in on top Investigators as well as funding landscape and trends.

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Opinion leaders, up-and-coming researchers and trends within GC-MS

A deep dive into the GC-MS space, where North America and Europe account for nearly two-thirds of the worldwide GC–MS demand. Key stakeholders and rising stars outlined in all geographies, including the two fastest growing regions China and Japan.

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Have an eye out for these medical experts within Ophthalmology

A rapidly ageing population is driving an increase in age-related diseases of the eye. This week, we've focused on the established and up-and-coming experts that are moving the needle in this space.

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