Based on a large scale meta analysis, researchers report striking differences between children's high grade gliomas, so much so that they could be split into 10 different subtypes based on different characteristics. The findings have important implications for developing new and individualized treatments.
Researchers use PET neuroimaging technology to help determine which children with DIPG brain cancer will benefit best from Avastin.
Researchers have identified an enzyme associated with aggressive gliomas.
Researchers believe their findings could lead to new targets for brain cancer therapies.
A new study reports glioblastoma influences microglia, causing them to stimulate tumor growth, rather than suppress it.