Despite New Tumor-Causing Genes, Treatments Have Never Been Better

Thursday, February 14th, 2008
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

According to the University of Cinncinnati, nearly 215,000 Americans will be diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2008. In this week’s Disease Management Update, while one study deals with a “Jekyll and Hyde”-type gene that could both fight a tumor or help the tumor advance in brain cancer glioblastoma cases, another study notes that new brain tumor treatments have never been better as the nation’s leading brain tumor centers have never been better.

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