Glioblastoma

Glioblastoma, previously known as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), is the most aggressive and most common type of cancer that originates in the brain, and has very poor prognosis for survival.

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Scientists exploring potential new treatments for glioblastoma

Understudied cell in the brain could be key to treating glioblastoma

Researchers design gene therapy that can effectively target glioblastoma

Breaking Brain Cancer Barriers: New Gene Therapy Effectively Targets Glioblastoma

Mitochondrial protein plays key role in glioblastoma and therapeutic resistance

Adaptive, efficient multi-arm phase 2 clinical trial for glioblastoma

Breakthrough in glioblastoma treatment with the help of a virus

Scientists have found a way to get brain cancer cells to self-destruct. Aggressive glioblastoma tumours could be in trouble: a breakthrough discovery successfully wiped out cancer cells in mice.

Brain Cancer Breakthrough: Glioblastoma Therapy Doubles Down on Tumor Destruction

Novel ultrasound uses microbubbles to open blood-brain barrier to treat glioblastoma in humans

Glioblastoma’s Kryptonite? Compounds Identified for Inhibiting Growth of Brain Tumor Cells