Program 2 : Rare immuno-hematological cancers

Rare immuno-hematological cancers

Coordinated by le Pr. Véronique Leblond

Rare immuno-haematological cancers include paediatric leukaemia, cancers of immunosuppressed people (HIV transplant recipients or carriers) that are insufficiently studied and excluded from clinical research protocols.

The main objectives of this programme are to :

  • Characterize at the genomic and immuno-genomic level these rare tumors and explore the interactions of the host and tumor microenvironment.
  • Develop innovative diagnostic tools predictive of the evolution.
  • To set up innovative therapies and procedures for monitoring long-term effects in rare tumours in adults and children.

 

 

 

 


Synthesis for the general public

Efficiency and tolerance of immunotherapy in the treatment of cancer patients living with HIV

The French CANCERVIH network, coordinated by Prof. Jean-Philippe Spano of the Medical Oncology Department of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital AP-HP and […]

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Genetic characterization of B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia: a prognostic model involving MYC and TP53

Genetic characterization of B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia: a prognostic model involving MYC and TP53 Genetic characterization of B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia: a […]

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DOREMy project

DOREMy project funded by INCa Within the framework of the ParPedia19 call for projects “Accelerating research in pediatric oncology: aid […]

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CLIP2 Galilée website

Launch of the new CLIP² Galilé website The CLIP² Galilée (INCa Labeled Early Stage Centre), first labeled by the National […]

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COVHEMATO

COVHEMATO Project   Patients with cancer and contaminated by the COVID-19 show an important mortality rate, from 29% to 39%. […]

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Publications

Genomic and immunogenomic aspects of rare cancers and haemopathies

F.DELHOMMEAU

Specific biomarkers

F.DAVI

Developing personalised medicine in rare cancers and haemopathies

A.PETIT

Genetic Council - Follow-up of a cohort of myeloid neoplasia in children

(S.CHOQUET)