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A new study suggests a link between a pathogen commonly found in undercooked meat and the risk of glioma, a type of brain cancer, in adults.
Study finds that using steroids to treat brain tumor symptoms may limit the effectiveness of immunotherapy drugs against these tumors.
Recently, we met (virtually) with my neuro-oncologist to hear the results of my recent MRI scan.
Tumors known as gliomas generally don’t respond to the immunotherapy drugs even when the tumor cells are “hypermutated."
This finding could lead to very early cancer interventions.
I’m out to leave a legacy for them and to hopefully improve the world for my brain tumor community.
Some hospitals offer parents the choice to transport their dying children out of the intensive care unit so that they can die at home.
The National Brain Tumor Society on research, progress and the eighth annual Head to the Hill
“It is unthinkable that a doctor could tell you that there is nothing that can be done for your child,” says Kathryn R. Taylor, PhD.
An ongoing study is assessing pediatric and young adult cancers that did not respond to initial treatments.
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