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From the CEO’s Desk: Glioblastoma – Grappling With A Cancer That Breaks All The Rules

A version of this op-ed first appeared this morning on the news site, STAT (statnews.com). STAT is a national publication focused on stories about health, medicine, and scientific discovery. Reports out of recent prestigious conferences and from major studies in the field, paint an optimistic picture of cancer care in America. A sampling of encouraging headlines include: […]

National Brain Tumor Society Funding and Support of Innovative Research Helps Bring About an Immunotherapy Clinical Trial With Encouraging Results

Today, encouraging results from a small, early-stage clinical trial for glioblastoma patients were reported in the scientific and medical journal, Clinical Cancer Research. The phase one study of 11 newly diagnosed glioblastoma (GBM) patients showed that combining an experimental immunotherapy with chemotherapy (temozolomide), along with an injection to prime the immune system, was well tolerated […]

Top Five Blogs From January – March 2017

Stop me if you’ve heard this before – the past few months have been a bit frenetic. It goes without saying at this point that (unless you’ve been hibernating for the winter) the news cycle in the U.S. since January has been “active,” to say the least, as a new administration moved into the White […]

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