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Electrospun fibre: a revolutionary new treatment for brain tumours

Electrospun fibre: a revolutionary new treatment for brain tumours

A revolutionary new treatment can provide effective treatment for brain tumours without exposing patients to the toxic effects of chemotherapy. University of Cincinnati professor Andrew...

Leukaemia drug shows promise for treating childhood brain cancer

A drug that is used to treat chronic myeloid leukaemia appears to be more effective at stopping a type of childhood brain cancer according...
Barts Charity awarded £1.5 million (~€1.68) to brain tumour research

Barts Charity awarded £1.5 million (~€1.68) to brain tumour research

Brain tumour research is about to get a revival with £1.5m from Barts Charity, enabling researchers to extend successful lab-based research into clinical trials. A...
Cells working together fuel aggressive childhood brain tumour

Cells working together fuel aggressive childhood brain tumour

Cancerous cells in an aggressive type of childhood brain tumour have been discovered working together to infiltrate the brain, which could lead to much-needed...
CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

The Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Brain Tumour Awards have been launched today, with the aim of funding and tackling six major themes in brain...
£45m funding boost set to revolutionise brain tumour research

£45m funding boost set to revolutionise brain tumour research

UK brain tumour research is set to be revolutionised with £45m (~€50m) worth of funding by the department of health and social care and...
Flu-like virus being used to fight incurable brain cancer

Flu-like virus being used to fight incurable brain cancer

UK scientists are optimistic that using a common flu-like virus is the next best treatment to help tackle incurable brain cancer. According to recent studies,...

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