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Glioma is a cancer of the brain that begins in glial cells (cells that surround and support nerve cells).
Blocking TIM-3 checkpoint molecule promotes antitumor immune response in diffuse intrinsic stem glioma

Blocking TIM-3 checkpoint molecule promotes antitumor immune response in diffuse intrinsic stem glioma

Peptide vaccine targets H3K27M mutation in midline gliomas, shows promise in early trials

Peptide vaccine targets H3K27M mutation in midline gliomas, shows promise in early trials

New device can help test treatments in patients with gliomas

New device can help test treatments in patients with gliomas

New drug candidate nearly doubles survival for patients with aggressive childhood brain tumors

New drug candidate nearly doubles survival for patients with aggressive childhood brain tumors

Henry Ford Health researcher wins grant to study circulating cell-free DNA methylation as a tool for glioma detection

Henry Ford Health researcher wins grant to study circulating cell-free DNA methylation as a tool for glioma detection

AI tool can rapidly decode brain tumor DNA during surgery

AI tool can rapidly decode brain tumor DNA during surgery

COST Connect: A platform for collaboration and progress in cancer research

COST Connect: A platform for collaboration and progress in cancer research

Glioblastoma cells found to have ‘critical point’ between order and disorder

Glioblastoma cells found to have ‘critical point’ between order and disorder

Neurons in remote brain regions drive glioblastoma infiltration

Neurons in remote brain regions drive glioblastoma infiltration

UH and CWRU research teams win Collaborative Science Pilot Awards

UH and CWRU research teams win Collaborative Science Pilot Awards

New and significant breakthrough made to detect brain tumors

New and significant breakthrough made to detect brain tumors

OICR funding to help six Ontario-based research teams improve the lives of cancer patients

OICR funding to help six Ontario-based research teams improve the lives of cancer patients

Revolution in neuroscience: 2D nanomaterials propel advances in brain repair, treatment, and diagnosis

Revolution in neuroscience: 2D nanomaterials propel advances in brain repair, treatment, and diagnosis

Study suggests possible new treatment option for people with slow-growing but deadly brain tumor

Study suggests possible new treatment option for people with slow-growing but deadly brain tumor

New blood biomarkers can help quantify the brain impact of neurosurgery

New blood biomarkers can help quantify the brain impact of neurosurgery

2023 PCRF grant recipients announced for exploring new, safer treatments for pediatric cancers

2023 PCRF grant recipients announced for exploring new, safer treatments for pediatric cancers

Phase 3 studies for rectal, brain, and kidney cancers to be presented by Dana-Farber researchers at ASCO 2023

Phase 3 studies for rectal, brain, and kidney cancers to be presented by Dana-Farber researchers at ASCO 2023

Scientists to discuss the latest cancer therapies, advances in PSMA PET scans and many more at ASCO

Scientists to discuss the latest cancer therapies, advances in PSMA PET scans and many more at ASCO

Surviving without glucose: uridine-derived ribose as an alternative energy source

Surviving without glucose: uridine-derived ribose as an alternative energy source

Cancer researchers join together to fight lethal childhood brain cancer

Cancer researchers join together to fight lethal childhood brain cancer

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