An implanted ultrasound-emitting device helped chemotherapy drugs safely pass into the brains of cancer patients.
Researchers have found a way to short-circuit the "immortality switch" that cancer cells use to divide indefinitely.
A young man in Indiana who beat brain cancer as a teen has defied the odds yet again by surviving an often-fatal injury called internal decapitation.
Zika virus can be a serious health threat, but now researchers say the virus itself could help treat another devastating illness — brain cancer.
Senator John McCain was diagnosed with a type of brain tumor called a glioblastoma, his office said yesterday (July 19).
Brain cancer affects 1 in 140 men and 1 in 180 women. It can change a person’s behavior and can be quite deadly, but it is rarely inoperable.
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