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ABM Therapeutics begins phase 1 trial of BRAF inhibitor ABM-1310

ABM Therapeutics begins phase 1 trial of BRAF inhibitor ABM-1310

ABM Therapeutics said that the first cancer patient has been enrolled and dosed with its lead candidate ABM-1310, a BRAF inhibitor, in a phase 1 clinical trial in the US. According to the clinical-stage biopharma company, the BRAF inhibitor had shown superior properties in pre-clinical animal models. The brain-penetrant small molecule is expected to be […]

Differences between Malignant Tumors and Benign Tumors

What are the Characteristics of Neoplasia? Neoplasia comprises of both malignant and benign tumors. What are the differences between Malignant Tumors and Benign Tumors? Benign neoplasm: If there are clusters of tumor cells in a single mass, they are called benign tumors. These tumors are not malignant. Benign tambours are not harmful in general, but […]

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