Science – Jan. 9
The Florida effort is triggered by revelations last month that six scientists at the Moffitt Cancer Center had been dismissed for failing to disclose their participation in China’s Thousand Talents Program.
ASH Clinical News – Jan. 9
Six officials and researchers from the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, have resigned amid a controversy related to research collaboration with Chinese investigators. Both the center’s CEO, Alan List, MD, and the director of Moffitt Cancer Center, Thomas Sellers, PhD, left their leadership positions.
WDAE – Jan. 9
What an awesome time today at Amalie Arena as some of the therapy dogs from the Moffitt Cancer Center stopped by for a visit. Cooper, named after Lightning head coach Jon Cooper, met the coach and hung out with the captain Dave Andreychuk as well.
Zoom – Jan. 9
Our latest case study with Moffitt Cancer Center details just how critical it is for doctors, nurses, specialists, labs, and so many others involved in a patient’s care to effectively communicate and collaborate.
NHS – Jan. 8
The researchers who carried out the study were from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, National Cancer Institute, University of Florida College of Medicine, Social and the company Scientific Systems Inc., all in the US.
The Laker/Lutz News
Hope Lodge provides temporary free lodging for cancer patients and caregivers of those patients receiving outpatient care at nearby Moffitt Cancer Center.
Plant City Observer – Jan. 8
There will be more than 20 vendors and representatives from Moffitt Cancer Center, cooking experts with live demonstrations on healthy eating and health care professionals offering free diagnoses will all be on site.
Medpage Today – Jan. 8
The report highlights an area of progress for the national HPV immunization effort, said Anna Giuliano, PhD, of Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.
Wall Street Journal – Jan. 7
Robert Gatenby, the co-founder of Florida-based Moffitt Cancer Center’s new Center of Excellence for Evolutionary Therapy, is a pioneer in the field and driving the bulk of the work in the U.S. on adaptive therapy.
WCTV- Jan. 7
The resignation of the CEO at Moffitt Cancer Center and several researchers sparked allegations of Chinese meddling in taxpayer funded cancer research.
Tech Transfer Central – Jan. 7
Meanwhile in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, the Moffitt Cancer Center underwent a major shake-up in late December when CEO Dr. Alan List, a vice president and four researchers abruptly resigned in the wake of allegations related to China’s involvement in research conducted there.
83 Degrees Media – Jan. 7
“I know that along the way, USF has been very helpful to her and her relationship with the Moffitt Cancer Center is amazing. This cross-pollination is exactly what we want in the district.”
WTSP – Jan. 6
Amid allegations that vital cancer research may have been compromised to China, the CEO of Tampa-based Moffit Cancer Center resigned.
Becker’s Hospital Review – Jan. 6
Tampa, Fla.-based H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute on Dec. 18 accepted the resignations of President and CEO Alan F. List, MD, and Thomas Sellers, an executive vice president and center director at Moffitt.
Fierce Healthcare – Jan. 6
Several top executives stepped down from Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida—including President and CEO Alan List—following concerns about Chinese interference in research there.
Seeking Alpha – Jan. 6
Trial investigator David Sallman, M.D., H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute had this to say on the publication of the encouraging early data: ”The data that continue to emerge from this clinical trial are incredibly exciting, suggesting that the combination of magrolimab and azacitidine may offer the first new therapeutic regimen in over a decade, with the potential to induce meaningful and lasting responses in patients with higher-risk disease.”
Healthcare Business – Jan. 6
The Board of Directors of Moffitt Cancer Center (Moffitt) today accepted the resignation of its president and CEO, Dr. Alan List, and the center director, Thomas Sellers, for violations of conflict of interest rules through their work in China. Timothy J. Adams, institute board chairman, will assume overall operational responsibilities while a national CEO search is underway.
WTVT – Jan. 4
Richard took on two fights; one against cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, and the other fight against the system in Washington. Also seen on WAGA
The Center Square – Jan. 4
The Florida House will investigate “Chinese meddling in taxpayer-funded research” following a series of resignations at the Moffitt Cancer Center, a research nonprofit created by the Legislature in 1981 at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
WTKS-FM – Jan. 5
State lawmakers are looking into whether Florida and American taxpayers are being exploited by China after a National Institutes of health warning which led to Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa looking into ties to Chinese researchers.
Yahoo Finance – Jan. 3
An investigator-initiated study at the Moffitt Cancer Center is underway and enrolling patients.
Tampa Bay Business Journal – Jan. 3
Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa has served as a beacon of high-standard cancer research, attracting thousands to its campus in search of being treated by a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center.
IP Watchdog – Jan. 2
Underscoring the seriousness of the threat posed by the Chinese government’s campaign to obtain results of U.S. publicly funded research, the Board of Directors at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida announced that its President and CEO, Dr. Alan List, along with center director, Timothy Sellers, suddenly resigned after an internal review found they had violated conflict of interest rules regarding their relationships with China. Four researchers also abruptly left.
Lima Ohio – Jan. 1
A representative of Florida’s H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute told Latta’s committee that scammers who claim to be from his institution are calling consumers across the nation to demand their insurance and payment information.
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