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A meticulous repository of images and tissue samples led to the categorization of brain tumors and the development of treatment for glioblastomas.
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Brain cancer isn’t a single disease.  Cancers arise in many different brain cells and tissues.
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Telling cancer from non-cancer is tough for brain surgeons. Scorpions, Amazon.com and the legacy of a dying girl might change that.
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In the eerie science fiction film, Under the Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson as an alien vixen clothed in human skin, roaming the earth in search of single men for nefarious purposes, a turning point comes when she offers a hooded man on a dark road a ride in her vehicle.
Identifying new ways to bypass the brain's elaborate security system may one day lead to better outcomes for patients with brain tumors or other neurological disorders.
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The Children's Hospital of Wisconsin outlines the causes, symptoms, and treatment for different types of brain tumors.
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Over the past two decades there have been many studies aimed at detecting a risk of brain cancer associated with cell phone use.
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Whether cancerous or not, brain tumors are serious because they can interfere with normal brain function.
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Lethal glioma tumors are one of the most devastating diseases because they are so difficult to treat, much less cure. But now scientists are on track to find potential treatments.
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