Comparison of surgical complications after organ-preservation therapy in patients with stage III or IV squamous cell head and neck cancer.
What does SCHNC stand for?
SCHNC stands for Squamous Cell Head and Neck Cancer
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Business Editors/Health and Medical Writers SAN FRANCISCO--(BW HealthWire)--April 4, 2000 ImClone Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:IMCL) announced today findings from two preclinical studies of the Company's lead targeted cancer therapeutic, IMC-C225, demonstrating its mechanism in combination with radiation, as well as highly selective anti-tumor activity in mouse models of human squamous cell head and neck cancer and human breast cancer.
In March 1999, the Company initiated a Phase III clinical trial of C225 in patients with advanced squamous cell head and neck cancer.