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Data from thousands of patients with glioblastoma were used to develop an accurate model for detecting tumor boundaries.
CU Cancer Center member Ryan Ormond, MD, PhD, explains diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer that spreads to the brain.
“Amazing Race” winners Catherine Wreford Ledlow and Craig Ramsay inspire resiliency when facing cancer.
Study results support the need for research into the value of monitoring these breast cancer patients with brain imaging tests.
Two studies found a vulnerability in gliomas—a type of brain tumors—that may open the door to new treatments for this cancer.
The CU Cancer Center was one of the clinical trial sites for Optune, which creates electrical fields that stop cancer cells from dividing.
Our fear that something awful might happen can rob joy from the present moment, says Adam Hayden, who just received good news.
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month.
Researchers created a new type of cancer drug that causes lethal DNA damage in the cells of brain tumors called glioblastomas.
Neuroimmunologists ID tiny protein fragments in quest for better glioblastoma detection, treatment in this informative Q&A
Biden is expected to sign the PACT Act. His son, Major Beau Biden, was exposed to burn pits and later died of brain cancer.
A combo treatment of Tafinlar and Mekinist may be better than chemo for some children with a brain cancer called low-grade glioma.
Researchers identified genetic alterations in gliomas, a common brain tumor, that may lead to better treatments.
“It’s my shmita year, a year to let go,” writes blogger Adam Hayden. “Curious? Confused? Intrigued? Smiling? Read on.”
However, when compared to the general population, the suicide risk for cancer patients remains elevated, finds a new study.
It’s a different life—cancer changes you—but it can be a good one.
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