Glioblastoma - 1 News by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Zebrafish “avatars” to help tailor glioblastoma therapies
Scientists have created a new zebrafish xenograft platform to screen for novel treatments for an aggressive brain tumor called glioblastoma
09-Oct-2023 - Glioblastoma is an aggressive and difficult-to-treat brain tumor in adults. On average, patients survive for only 1.5 years. The standard of care treatment for this disease, which includes surgery followed by radiation and chemotherapy, has not changed in 18 years. That’s partly because the ...
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