High consumption of ultra-processed foods, including soda, chips, and some white bread products, was associated with an increased risk of developing and dying from certain kinds of cancer, including brain cancer.
In glioblastoma brain cancer, EGFR (HER1) genetic mutations lead to a movement of a large part of the extracellular region of the protein. This activates the intracellular area in a particular way that drives glioblastoma tumor development.
Combining machine learning technology with neuroimaging data, clinicians will be better able to fully analyze a patient's glioblastoma brain tumor and predict cancer progression.
A new study reveals community gardening helps lower stress and anxiety, and reduces cancer risks. Researchers found those who gardened had elevated fiber intake and increased physical activity.
A newly designed method can record gene activity patterns and the presence of key proteins in cells across tissue samples while retaining information about the cell's precise location.
Axicabtagene ciloleucel (axi-cel), a form of CAR-T therapy appears to be safe and has encouraging signs of efficacy in treating both lymphoma of the brain and spinal cord injury.
Results of a phase three clinical trial of a novel brain cancer vaccine, DCVax-L, that uses a patient's stem cells to target cancer cells extend survival by many months to years for glioblastoma patients.
A new implantable pump system safely and effectively bypasses the blood-brain barrier to deliver chemotherapy drugs to those with glioblastoma brain cancer.
Aerobic exercise reduces the risk of metastatic cancer by elevating glucose consumption.