During the Coronavirus Crisis Teneo has launched a daily leadership briefing to serve its 1,000+ members/allies who run tech companies, work in the White house, lead pharmaceutical companies, and more. Ron DePinho joined the Sit Room on April 30, 2020 as a guest of the program View Video Interview begins at minute 4:43 and ... Read More
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Tumor microenvironment remodeling enables bypass of oncogenic KRAS dependency in pancreatic cancer. Authors: Pingping Hou, Avnish Kapoor, Qiang Zhang, Jiexi Li, Chang-Jiun Wu, Jun Li, Zhengdao Lan, Ming Tang, Xingdi Ma, Jeffrey J Ackroyd, Raghu Kalluri, Jianhua Zhang, Shan Jiang, Denise J. Spring, Y. Alan Wang and Ronald A. DePinho Abstract Oncogenic KRAS (KRAS*) is ... Read More
A great video on the Coronavirus produced by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell, a Munich-based YouTube channel and design studio. See video ... Read More
As the father of three teenagers, as a son whose father lost his battle with cancer, and as a physician-scientist who specialized in cancer research for more than four decades, I was heartened by the recent and welcome news of continued declines in US cancer mortality rates, driven by continued reductions in tobacco use, increased ... Read More
Oncogenic Kras driven metabolic reprogramming in pancreas cancer cells utilizes cytokines from the tumor microenvironment. Authors: Prasenjit Dey, Jun Li, Jianhua Zhang, Surendra Chaurasiya, Anders Strom, Huamin Wang, Wen-Ting Liao, Frederick Cavallaro, Parker Denz, Vincent P. Bernard, Er-Yen Yen, Giannicola Genovese, Prateek Gulhati, Jielin Liu, Deepavali Chakravarti, Pingna Deng, Tingxin Zhang, Federica Carbone, Edward Chang, ... Read More
Ron DePinho, M.D., an internationally renowned physician-scientist and cancer researcher, has come to believe that the most effective way to fight cancer is to focus not just on groundbreaking research and therapies to cure the disease but on harnessing the power of what we already know to prevent it. “There’s enough knowledge of what causes ... Read More