Single Injection May Revolutionize Melanoma Treatment, Moffitt Study Shows
August 22, 2013, Tampa, Fla. – A new study at Moffitt Cancer Center could offer hope to people with melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Researchers are investigating whether an injectable known as PV-10 can shrink tumors and reduce the spread of cancer. PV-10 is a solution developed from Rose Bengal, a water-soluble dye commonly used to stain damaged cells in the eye. Early clinical trials show PV-10 can boost immune response in melanoma tumors, as well as the blood stream.Moffitt Cancer Center Instrumental in FDA Approval of Revolutionary Two-Drug Combo to Treat Advanced Melanoma
January 23, 2014, Tampa, Fla. – Moffitt Cancer Center researchers have laid the groundwork for a revolutionary new combination therapy for the treatment of advanced melanoma – melanoma that cannot be removed surgically or has spread to other areas of the body. The newly FDA-approved therapy, Mekinist (trametinib) in combination with Tafinlar (dabrafenib), is one of the biggest advancements in melanoma treatment in the past 30 years.Moffitt Cancer Center Plays Pivotal Role in FDA Approval of New Anti-PD-1 Inhibitor Keytruda for Metastatic Melanoma
September 4, 2014, Tampa Fla. – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the approval of a new cancer immunotherapy today to treat patients with metastatic melanoma, Keytruda (pembrolizumab) by Merck & Co.
Quotes and statements from Moffitt about PV-10
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