Papillary Thyroid Cancer News and Research

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Papillary Thyroid Cancer is cancer that forms in follicular cells in the thyroid and grows in small finger-like shapes. It grows slowly, is more common in women than in men, and often occurs before age 45. It is the most common type of thyroid cancer.
Exelixis announces regaining of rights to develop and commercialize XL184

Exelixis announces regaining of rights to develop and commercialize XL184

Exelixis reports interim data from XL184 phase 2 trial for recurrent glioblastoma at ASCO 2010

Exelixis reports interim data from XL184 phase 2 trial for recurrent glioblastoma at ASCO 2010

Long-term data demonstrates clinical benefits of Exelixis XL184 for medullary thyroid cancer

Long-term data demonstrates clinical benefits of Exelixis XL184 for medullary thyroid cancer

Updated data on XL184 study in patients with glioblastoma multiforme presented

Updated data on XL184 study in patients with glioblastoma multiforme presented

Pazopanib shows promise for aggressive thyroid cancer

Pazopanib shows promise for aggressive thyroid cancer

Atomic bomb's effect results in adult-onset thyroid cancer

Atomic bomb's effect results in adult-onset thyroid cancer

Early detection of pediatric thyroid cancer critical

Early detection of pediatric thyroid cancer critical

Small papillary thyroid cancers are NOT clinically insignificant

Small papillary thyroid cancers are NOT clinically insignificant

Hopkins discovery provides molecular marker to assess risk for patients with papillary thyroid cancer

Hopkins discovery provides molecular marker to assess risk for patients with papillary thyroid cancer