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.
A new study study of the genetic factors underlying glioma formation in dogs reveals three genes associated with the cancer. The findings may prove helpful in diagnosis and developing new treatments for humans.
Researchers report an experimental treatment has shown to be able to stop treatment resistant glioblastoma in human cells and mouse models.