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Guest Blog: “I would have given anything to trade places with him”

On a family vacation in 2011, Mac tried to catch a seagull. Using his boogie board to shield his movements, he inched his way across the sand, closing on his target. With the determination and strong-will that defined him, Mac patiently stalked his target for 20 minutes, taking great care with each step as to […]

Mavericks & Lions Wanted: Remembering Senators John McCain & Ted Kennedy and America’s Stake in the Fight Against Glioblastoma

What we can learn from Senators John McCain and Ted Kennedy on the shared anniversary of their respective passings, both from glioblastoma

A Missing Link to Glioblastoma Growth?

An enzyme that serves as a link between oncogenes and the lipids that make-up cells’ membranes may be an important new drug target to treat glioblastoma and other tumors Glioblastoma, like all cancers, develops and progresses as cells begin to multiply and grow out of control, forming a tumor.  Mutations to a protein known as […]

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