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UCSF researchers identify the cellular source of recurrent glioma
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Data from thousands of patients with glioblastoma were used to develop an accurate model for detecting tumor boundaries.
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.
Researchers created a new type of cancer drug that causes lethal DNA damage in the cells of brain tumors called glioblastomas.
Researchers identified genetic alterations in gliomas, a common brain tumor, that may lead to better treatments.
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You can’t live with brain cancer and stay safe, so let’s take risks.
Study is first to show benefit of any targeted drugs in glioblastomas—the most aggressive brain tumors.
Five years ago, two surgeons partnered to remove the majority of a 71mm primary brain tumor from my medial right parietal lobe.
Those on the margins of society or with life-limiting illnesses and other social determinants offer a wisdom that often goes unrecognized.
It is difficult, if not impossible, to imprint on others the what-it’s-likeness of cancer, in my case, brain cancer.
An oncolytic virus that kills cancer cells and triggers immune responses against tumors shows promise for children with brain cancer.
While battling glioblastoma, Eric Smith feared he wouldn’t get to see his daughter grow up. He’s had the chance thanks to a clinical trial.
An inside look at five research developments that have the potential to transform the treatment of cancer
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