Email Updates Archive

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11.29.14 - ACCRF Update
Recent developments in clinical trials, cell lines, patient assistance and more.
06.09.14 - ACCRF Update
A review of the ACCRF Scientific Forum at the Salk Institute, recent clinical trial developments, NIH grant announcements and patient...
12.15.13 - ACCRF Year-End Letter
A blend of annual accomplishments, patient education resources and clinical trial developments.
10.18.13 - Update for Researchers
A review of recent developments, including The Landscape of ACC Research, orphan drug designation for Dovitinib, the International MYB Conference,...
06.18.13 - More on "Quiet" Genomes
Yet another seminal study of ACC genomics reveals “quiet” genomes with relatively few molecular alterations in most tumors. The implication...
05.31.13 - Genomic Findings, Clinical Trials & Patient Activities
The past few months have seen a flurry of significant research findings. A major scholarly article depicts the landscape of...
12.20.12 - ACCRF Year End Letter
Highlights from a remarkable year include a third Dovitinib clinical trial, $8 million in NIH grants and a revamped website.
09.20.12 - 3rd Workshop on Salivary Gland Tumors
The re-invigoration of the field of salivary gland tumor research over the past 6 years has been a very welcome...
02.03.12 - Dovitinib Study Opens at the University of Virginia
The University of Virginia has begun screening ACC patients with progressive disease for a new clinical trial. Supported by Novartis...
01.09.12 - RFAs for Salivary Gland Tumor Research
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) posted two Requests for Applications (RFAs) seeking grant proposals to enhance...