Recurrent gliomas could have genetic profiles which are different from those of the initial tumors that spawned them, a new study reports.
Researchers demonstrate melanoma differentiation associated gene, mda-9/syntenin is a driving force behind the aggressive and invasive nature of glioblastoma brain cancer.
An FDA approved anti psychotic drug is proving to be effective in killing glioblastoma brain cancer tumors, a new study reports.
Researchers suggest blocking DNA repair mechanisms could improve radiation therapy for glioblastoma brain cancer.
Researchers reveal the cellular makeup of each glioblastoma brain tumor is more heterogeneous than previously believed.
Researchers find high levels of progesterone can kill glioblastoma cells and inhibit brain tumor growth.
Researchers have discovered a biomarker which predicts whether glioblastoma brain tumors will respond to chemotherapy.
Researchers discover glioblastoma brain tumor cells disrupt the blood brain barrier. The findings offer potential new avenues to treat brain cancer.
Targeting aPKC, a protein crucial for neurodevelopment, researchers report they can block multiple signaling pathways implicated in brain tumor growth.