The neurons in the brain divide rapidly till about 7 years of age. Further development is by the existing cells making increasingly elaborate connections with each other. When this control is lost in a single cell, then it starts dividing in an uncontrolled manner. As the cell makes more and more copies of itself, it grows to form a tumor. A brain cancer can arise from any of the cells, which makes up the brain.
What is New in Brain Tumor?
1. Targeted Molecular Therapy May Help Treat Pediatric Brain CancersThe targeted molecular therapy - 6-thio-2'deoxyguanosine (6-thio-dG) was able to effectively treat two forms of untreatable cancers in children, finds a new study. The targeted molecular therapy crossed the body's protective blood-brain barrier causing extensive DNA damage in cancer cells and stopping or slowing two untreatable types of pediatric brain cancer. Read More..
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Molecular Study of Long-Term Survivors of Glioblastoma by Gene-Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing. - Published by PubMed
Screening method for identifying toxicants capable of inducing astrocyte senescence. - Published by PubMed
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