These days we all suffer from information overload; by focusing specifically on cancer drugs, the Cancer Drug News online service will deliver the information you need in a timely, flexible and convenient format.
Monitoring business developments in world anticancer drug markets is becoming more and more vital. Investigators continue to uncover the molecular basis of cancer, increasing the possibility of personalised treatment for this heterogeneous disease. Biopharmaceuticals are increasingly taking centre stage in clinical and research efforts, but established products, often spurned in new combination therapies, continue to be the front-line clinical choice in many cancers. The challenges and opportunities for companies and clinicians are considerable.
For pharmaceutical company executives, researchers and commercial managers, staying in touch with the latest twists and turns is another matter. That is why Cancer Drug News is essential.
The Cancer Drug News online service provides unbeatable coverage:
- The full text daily of the latest news reported on drugs for all cancer types
- An easy-to-use interface that immediately takes you to the most recently-updated information
- An extensive archive of over 24,000 articles, which makes the service a valuable tracking and research tool
- A fast and effective search facility allowing you to identify information relevant to you
- Daily or weekly email alerts that will ensure you know when new information is added
- An RSS feed facility
Every day, Espicom’s researchers and editors
- Track the companies and research organisations that are shaping the industry
- Monitor results from major conferences and meetings
- Report the latest developments in current and up-coming cancer drugs, including those for:
- Breast Cancer
- Haematological Cancer
- Gastrointestinal Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Gynaecological Cancer
- Genito-urinary Cancer
- Brain Cancer
- Head & Neck Cancer
- Therapies for Cancer-Related Complications
The Cancer Drug News online information service is updated regularly. Cancer Drug News also available in pdf format, providing a weekly digest (min. 44 issues per year) of the news published online.