Career Gps navigation is run and produced by BioAdvance, University City Science Center, and Wharton SBDC. It is funded by a grant from The Delaware Valley Advancement Network and We Work for Health. Additional program support is provided by The Kauffman Foundation, The full life Science Profession Alliance, and the University City Keystone Innovation Zone BioAdvance, the Science Center, University City Keystone Innovation Area and Wharton SBDC will sponsor another program, Entrepreneur On-Ramp, scheduled for the first quarter of 2010.Related StoriesNew RNA test of blood platelets can be used to detect location of cancerMeat-rich diet may increase kidney cancer riskNew results reveal association between colorectal cancer tumor and melanoma medication treatmentThis finding resulted in the approval of this drug in Europe in ’09 2009 –but limited to treating sufferers whose tumors bring these mutations. Before we can offer sufferers gefitinib, the presence of these mutations in tumor cells has to be obviously demonstrated, he explained. In order to accomplish that, doctors must perform a molecular evaluation of tumor materials from biopsies.