Oncology & Cancer

Study identifies new potential target in glioblastoma

Researchers are hopeful that new strategies could emerge for slowing the growth and recurrence of the most common primary brain cancer in adults, glioblastoma, based on the results of a study published today in Cancer Research.

Oncology & Cancer

Tumor-treating fields in glioblastoma: Indication of a benefit

Glioblastoma is an aggressive brain tumor that usually occurs in late adulthood. Just two years after diagnosis, only 13.6 percent of patients are still alive. Standard treatment consists of surgery, followed by radiation ...

Oncology & Cancer

Scientists track brain tumor turncoats with advanced imaging

Glioblastomas, the deadliest type of brain tumor in adults, attract "turncoats." These are macrophages, a type of immune cell, which promote tumor progression and mask tumors from the immune system's scrutiny. To better understand ...

Oncology & Cancer

A clear vision for cancer diagnosis

While reading an article about Sen. John McCain's glioblastoma diagnosis, Kavya Kopparapu was shocked to learn that the prognosis for this aggressive brain cancer has not improved over the past 30 years. With standard treatment, ...

Oncology & Cancer

Cancer-fighting combination targets glioblastoma

Researchers have paired a specialized diet and a tumor-fighting drug and found the non-toxic combination helps to destroy the two major cells found in an aggressive form of brain cancer, the team reports in the online edition ...

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