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Cisplatin and Tirapazamine in Subjects with Advanced Previously Untreated Non-Small-Cell Lung Tumours. A phase III trial that assessed the efficacy and safety of tirapazamine plus cisplatin for treating non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
Conclusion The median survival was significantly longer and the response rate was significantly greater for patients who received tirapazamine plus cisplatin than for those who received cisplatin alone. Tirapazamine enhances the activity of cisplatin in patients with advanced NSCLC and confirms that hypoxia is an exploitable therapeutic target in human malignancies
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ARABIAN GULF -- USS Nimitz (CVN 68) successfully completed its 100,000th aircraft launch from Catapult Two Sept.
CGT Catapult has been developing the WT1-TCR cell therapy for the treatment of acute myeloid leukaemia and myelodysplastic syndrome.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 8, 2016-New Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult to be based in Wales
In addition, smaller companies may not be aware of the catapults and lack the resources to find out what they are and how to get involved in the way that a larger company could, adds Peters.
Holden Richardson compiled and drew up some of the first plans for catapults, and listed Capt.
She said: "We come to the museum quite a lot because Rhys likes everything to do with Romans and I think when he heard he'd be able to make a catapult he thought of Bart Simpson, as he likes him too.
This year the team's Phoenix catapult raised $900 for charity with a shot of 2,972 feet; easily winning the contest.
Ron Nuzzi has built a career dedicated to high quality Catholic education, as well as access to equitable services for all students, said Steve Quattrociocchi, President of Catapult Learnings Education Solutions Group.
Early experimentation focused on catapults intended for cruisers and battleships.
Chriss long-standing experience and expertise in the international life sciences sector will be invaluable to the Catapults development, and I look forward to working closely with him.
Upon reaching the flight deck for launch, an AD Skyraider pilot saw his aircraft on the number one catapult with a twin-engine AJ Savage on number two and another AJ parked behind his AD-5W.
Hugh McNeal said: I am extremely pleased to join ORE Catapults Board at a critical time in the development of the UKs offshore wind, wave and tidal energy industries.