April 3, 2012

Novel Blue Compound Halts Tumor Spread in Animals

Georgia Tech, Georgia Tech


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Treating invasive brain tumors with a combination of chemotherapy and radiation has improved clinical outcomes, but few patients survive longer than two years after diagnosis. The effectiveness of the treatment is limited by the tumor’s aggressive invasion of healthy brain tissue, which restricts chemotherapy access to the cancer cells and complicates surgical removal of the tumor.

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TAGGED: Brain Tumors, Cancer Treatment, Cancer

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