Identified genetic factors may aid survival from brain cancer

A Henry Ford Hospital research team has identified specific genes that may lead to improved survival of glioblastoma, the most common and deadly form of cancerous brain tumor. Read more

New technique to detect brain cancer in 30 minutes

Brain cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer death. It usually takes 2 to 3 days to be diagnosed with current medical technique and skill, however a new technique has been created and the diagnosis of brain cancer takes only 30 minutes. Read more

A new option for brain cancer treatment

A novel drug for patients with brain cancer, 2B3-101, has shown preliminary positive results. The Dutch biotech to-BBB has developed 2B3-101 and initiated a clinical trial to investigate this new treatment. The Phase I safety results will be presented at the European Cancer Congress 2013 in Amsterdam at the end of September. Read more