Neuro-oncology Research News Updates
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Researchers have found key differences among the most common types of pediatric brain tumors that may lead to more effective therapy.
A CHOP oncologist co-led an international study showing that an abnormal fused gene drives children’s brain tumors by using three different biological mechanisms.
CHOP’s new Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine aims to harness and broadly share biomedical information to more quickly benefit child patients.
A growing bank of childhood brain tumor samples and associated clinical data, housed at CHOP, shows the great importance of collaborative efforts and sharing of data in pediatric cancer research.