Carl June

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Name: Carl June
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Cancer-Fighter Juno Therapeutics Hits The Pause Button After Patient Deaths

One of the most exciting developments in cancer research is the development of techniques to genetically re-engineer a patient’s own immune cells to destroy tumors. Several companies are racing to commercialize this technology. In the lead are Novartis, ... [Published Forbes.com - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 07 2014 - Updated Apr 07 2014 - 1 reports

Gene, immune therapy help cancer war

The war on cancer is getting some potent reinforcements, including a potentially broad-spectrum new weapon and genetically engineered immune cells with improved cancer-fighting abilities, speakers said at a major cancer research conference held this week ... [Published U-T San Diego - Apr 07 2014]
First reported Apr 06 2014 - Updated Apr 07 2014 - 1 reports

Memorial Sloan-Kettering hits the brakes on engineered T cell cancer study

Investigators at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center have suspended patient recruitment for an early-stage study of a closely-watched new approach to reengineering the immune system to fight cancer. MSK updated a site on clinicaltrials.gov to note ... [Published FierceBiotech - Apr 06 2014]
First reported Apr 04 2014 - Updated Apr 04 2014 - 1 reports

What's the Latest in Cancer Therapy? Immunotherapy Research Leader Dr. Carl June to Speak at UC San Diego, May 14

Immunotherapy is one of the most exciting new approaches to treating cancer. Dr. Carl June will discuss his findings May 14 as featured speaker at UC San Diego. A world leader in immunotherapy, Carl June, will discuss the emergence of a new form of targeted ... [Published PRWeb - Apr 04 2014]
First reported Mar 25 2014 - Updated Mar 25 2014 - 1 reports

Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon Against HIV/AIDS

Cameron Scott — Singularity Hub Carl June and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania have been making waves since they published some successes fighting leukemia with a revolutionary new method. They removed patients’ T cells and genetically ... [Published Lifeboat News The Blog - Mar 25 2014]
First reported Mar 22 2014 - Updated Mar 23 2014 - 2 reports

Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon Against HIV/AIDS

Carl June and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania have been making waves since they published some successes fighting leukemia with a revolutionary new method. They removed patients’ T cells and genetically modified them to target and ... [Published Singularity Hub - Mar 23 2014]
First reported Mar 13 2014 - Updated Mar 13 2014 - 1 reports

Gene-editing method tackles HIV in first clinical test

• Enzymes alter immune cells with no apparent side effectsA CLINICAL trial has shown that a gene-editing technique can be safe and effective in humans. For the first time, researchers used enzymes called zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs) to target and destroy ... [Published The Guardian Nigeria - Mar 13 2014]
First reported Mar 12 2014 - Updated Mar 12 2014 - 1 reports

Contraceptive Protects against HIV

Scientists have developed a new contraceptive for women that protects against HIV as well as unwanted pregnancies.The device, which lasts for up to three months, delivers contraceptive medication and drugs that protect against HIV and herpes.Developed ... [Published Sudan Vision Daily - Mar 12 2014]
First reported Mar 08 2014 - Updated Mar 09 2014 - 2 reports

Genome editing gives new HIV-treatment hopes

The study has been conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and Sangamo BioSciences, a company in Richmond, Calif., that makes the gene-editing product.In 12 people infected with ... [Published Voice of Russia - Mar 09 2014]
First reported Mar 07 2014 - Updated Mar 08 2014 - 2 reports

CROI 2014: Protected T-cells Persist and Proliferate in HIV Gene Therapy Study

Details Category: Search for a Cure Published on Friday, 07 March 2014 00:00 Written by Liz HighleymanGenetically modified CD4 T-cells lacking CCR5 co-receptors reach high levels in the body and are resistant to HIV infection, potentially enabling ... [Published HIV and Hepatitis.com - Mar 07 2014]
First reported Mar 06 2014 - Updated Mar 07 2014 - 1 reports

The search for a cure for AIDS: If it ain’t broke…

To your very good health, sir!GENE therapy usually works by repairing a broken gene or creating a new one where none previously existed. Breaking a working gene to effect a cure is a novel approach. That, though, is what Carl June of the University ... [Published The Economist - Science & Technology - Mar 06 2014]
First reported Mar 06 2014 - Updated Mar 06 2014 - 2 reports

Treating HIV without drugs

A new method for the treatment of HIV, without using drugs, This new approach was announced yesterday in a  paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine . Very early results look promising but, as with almost all new techniques, additional ... [Published AMERICAblog News| A great nation deserves the t ... - Mar 06 2014]

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"this study shows that we can safely and effectively engineer an hiv patient's own t cells to mimic a naturally occurring resistance to the virus, infuse those engineered cells, have them persist in the body, and potentially keep viral loads at bay without the use of drugs" said senior author Carl June
"we have used sangamo's zfn technology to safely genetically engineer an hiv-infected individual's own t-cells and to make those cells resistant to infection by the virus" said Carl June , M D , Richard W Vague Professor in Immunotherapy in the department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine...

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Cancer-Fighter Juno Therapeutics Hits The Pause... [Published Forbes.com - Apr 08 2014]
Penn Medicine Physician to Co-Lead Stand Up to ... [Published Newswise - Apr 08 2014]
Gene, immune therapy help cancer war [Published U-T San Diego - Apr 07 2014]
Memorial Sloan-Kettering hits the brakes on eng... [Published FierceBiotech - Apr 06 2014]
What's the Latest in Cancer Therapy? Immunother... [Published PRWeb - Apr 04 2014]
Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon... [Published Lifeboat News The Blog - Mar 25 2014]
Doctors hope for cure in a 2nd baby born with HIV [Published Malta Independent Daily - Mar 25 2014]
Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon... [Published Singularity Hub - Mar 23 2014]
Enlisting gene therapy to fight HIV [Published Indian Express - Mar 22 2014]
Exuberant, Yes: Michael King on How the Oncolog... [Published Stockboard Media Inc. - Mar 13 2014]
Gene-editing method tackles HIV in first clinic... [Published The Guardian Nigeria - Mar 13 2014]
Contraceptive Protects against HIV [Published Sudan Vision Daily - Mar 12 2014]
Sangamo Biosciences : First-In-Man Study Of Gen... [Published 4 Traders - Mar 12 2014]
Hope for cure in a 2nd baby born with HIV [Published TriValleyCentral.com - Mar 12 2014]
Gene therapy seems safe, may help control HIV [Published Chicago Daily Herald - Mar 11 2014]
Gene therapy could be 'functional cure' for HIV [Published BioNews - Mar 11 2014]
Genome editing gives new HIV-treatment hopes [Published Voice of Russia - Mar 09 2014]
Gene therapy for HIV hailed as a success after ... [Published Taipei Times Online - Mar 08 2014]
A week of HIV developments [Published Digital Journal - Mar 08 2014]
CROI 2014: Protected T-cells Persist and Prolif... [Published HIV and Hepatitis.com - Mar 07 2014]
Protected T-cells persist and proliferate in HI... [Published Aidsmap - Mar 07 2014]
The search for a cure for AIDS: If it ain’t broke… [Published The Economist - Science & Technology - Mar 06 2014]
Treating HIV without drugs [Published AMERICAblog News| A great nation deserves the t ... - Mar 06 2014]
Gene therapy success raises hopes of 'cure' for... [Published The First Post: Latest - Mar 06 2014]
Gene-editing method tackles HIV in first clinic... [Published 3quarksdaily - Mar 06 2014]
Deals Of The Week: Novartis Places Bid To Domin... [Published The IN VIVO Blog - Feb 21 2014]
After Andrew Fox's death, his melanoma research... [Published Main Line Life - Nov 21 2013]
USP, ISCT to host workshop on âCell & Tissue-ba... [Published PharmaBiz - Nov 05 2013]
ACGT’s Top Researchers and Physicians Discuss t... [Published PRWeb - Oct 19 2013]
Adaptimmune begins enrollment in Phase I/IIa ov... [Published Pharmaceutical Business Review - Jul 29 2013]
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Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon... [Published Lifeboat News The Blog - Mar 25 2014]
Cameron Scott — Singularity Hub Carl June and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania have been making waves since they published some successes fighting leukemia with a revolutionary new method. They removed patients’ T cells and genetically ...
Genetically Engineered T Cells Used as a Weapon... [Published Singularity Hub - Mar 23 2014]
Carl June and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania have been making waves since they published some successes fighting leukemia with a revolutionary new method. They removed patients’ T cells and genetically modified them to target and ...
The search for a cure for AIDS: If it ain’t broke… [Published The Economist - Science & Technology - Mar 06 2014]
To your very good health, sir!GENE therapy usually works by repairing a broken gene or creating a new one where none previously existed. Breaking a working gene to effect a cure is a novel approach. That, though, is what Carl June of the University ...
Treating HIV without drugs [Published AMERICAblog News| A great nation deserves the t ... - Mar 06 2014]
A new method for the treatment of HIV, without using drugs, This new approach was announced yesterday in a  paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine . Very early results look promising but, as with almost all new techniques, additional ...
Gene-editing method tackles HIV in first clinic... [Published 3quarksdaily - Mar 06 2014]
Sarah Reardon in Nature: A clinical trial has shown that a gene-editing technique can be safe and effective in humans. For the first time, researchers used enzymes called zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs) to target and destroy a gene in the immune cells ...
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