In response to treatment, high-grade gliomas remodel the surrounding brain environment, creating interactions with nearby neurons and immune cells in ways that protect tumor cells and protect them from the body's natural defense.
Infiltrating gliomas are shaped by their genetic evolution and microenvironment, researchers report. The findings may help in the development of therapies to treat glioma brain tumors.
Cellular reprogramming of glioma cells into neural cells may be a promising treatment for glioblastoma brain cancer.
A new AI model can accurately classify a brain tumor of one of six common cancer types from a single MRI brain scan image.
Researchers found lymph-node-like structures close to glioma brain tumors in cancer patients. The study reveals immune cells within these structures can be activated to attack the brain tumor.
Researchers have carried out clinical trials to test a mutation-specific vaccine against malignant brain tumors. The vaccine has been found to be safe and effective in triggering the desired immune response in the brain cancer tumors.
A new zebrafish model holds the potential for future studies of glioblastoma, an aggressive and lethal brain cancer.