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Researchers from UCL Cancer Center have offered essential molecular insights into how an injury may lead to the formation of glioma, a relatively rare but typically aggressive kind of brain tumour.
A very uncommon but frequently aggressive type of brain tumour called a glioma may be caused by damage, according to key molecular research from the UCL Cancer Centre. Although there may be a connection between head trauma and an increase in brain tumour incidence, the evidence is conflictin
he UCL Cancer Center researchers have offered essential molecular insights of how injury may lead to the formation of glioma, a relatively rare but typically aggressive kind of brain tumour.
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A study found that patients with brain or spine cancer who are unemployed may experience more intense pain, discomfort, concern, and depressive symptoms than those with the same conditions who are employed.
According to a study, people who are unemployed due to brain or spine cancer may have more severe feelings of pain, discomfort, worry, and depression than people with the same illnesses who are employed.
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The presence of a brain tumour can be determined by identifying a crucial membrane protein in urine, according to research from Nagoya University in Japan. By eliminating the need for intrusive tests and raising the possibility that tumours are found early enough for surgery, their protein m
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Glioblastoma is the most lethal and malignant adult brain cancer that may arise from the neuroglial stem or progenitor cells. Certain gene mutations or those with a known history of other cancers and radiation therapy may predispose patients to develop brain cancer. Tumour relapse is invaria
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Nick Cannon continues to expand his family as the American TV host and rapper has welcomed his 12th child, a daughter, with model Alyssa Scott. The duo lost their first child, Zen, in 2021 after a battle with brain cancer.
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New York [US], September 28 (ANI): According to the National Cancer Institute, despite substantial breakthroughs, brain tumour mortality remains high, with five-year survival rates of 36 per cent.
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Boston [US], September 14 (ANI): Chemo brain, a chronic side effect that makes it difficult to recall things, pay attention, and learn new information, affects up to three-quarters of cancer patients getting chemotherapy. When it affects children, whose brains are still developing, it could
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Washington [US], August 27 (ANI): According to researchers working to develop a cure for brain cancer, the deadliest type of the disease returns because tumours adapt to therapy by recruiting help from nearby healthy tissue.
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Washington [US], August 22 (ANI): Researchers who are trying to find a cure for brain cancer say that the deadliest form of the disease returns because tumours adapt to treatment by recruiting help from nearby healthy tissue.