2021 West Oncology Conference

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The 6th Annual West Oncology Conference will serve as a valuable forum for the presentation and discussion of new research findings. Participants will be provided with an update on practice-changing data on women’s cancers, genitourinary malignancies, disparities in cancer care, gastrointestinal cancers, hematological malignancies, and lung cancer in a practical and interactive format, fostering discussion… Read more »

Dr. Grothey on the Role of Precision Medicine in CRC

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Axel Grothey, MD, medical oncologist and our Director of Gastrointestinal Cancer Research, discusses the role of precision medicine in colorectal cancer (CRC) with OncLive. Grothey says, “With the rise of molecular profiling, the field of CRC has shifted away from a one-size-fits-all approach and entered an era of precision medicine. Notably, molecular profiling guides the… Read more »

West’s Director of Research Participated in the Clinical Trials for a COVID-19 Vaccine

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Ari VanderWalde, MD, MPH, Bioeth, West Cancer Center and Research Institute’s Director of Research, stands behind the safety and highly regulated protocols for participants in clinical trials. Dr. VanderWalde recognized the importance and urgency to create a safe and effective vaccine to combat COVID-19. “I had a 50% chance of getting the vaccine and 50%… Read more »

West Cancer Center & Research Institute, through affiliate OneR & Genentech, Launches New Clinical Trial Targeting Actionable Mutation Study in Cancer

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Matching patient populations with a targetable genomic alteration to a specific investigational study is the aim of a new clinical trial through OneR and Genentech. This partnership will facilitate collaborations on various clinical trials, scientific research and real-world data studies that will advance personalized cancer care at community oncology centers like West. “With too many… Read more »

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