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UH Seidman Cancer Center Opens New Trial with PVSRIPO, a Viral-based Immunotherapy in Combination with Pembrolizumab for Patients with Recurrent GBM

The two therapies may be able to generate a potent and specific anti-tumor response in rGBM patients, given their different but complimentary mechanisms of action - Innovations in Cancer | Fall 2020

CETNO Advances Brain Tumor Translational Research from the Basic Science into Clinical Care

UH Research & Education Update | July 2020

UH Neurosurgeon Testing Novel Gene Therapy Treatment for Glioblastoma

New $2.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute will help validate promising approach - Innovations in Cancer | Summer 2019

5-ALA: Giving Surgeons an Edge

5-ALA helps surgeons visualize boundaries of invading tumors for more complete removal - Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery - Winter 2019

Newly FDA-approved Imaging Agent That Makes Brain Tumors Glow Hot Pink

Distinguishes tumor from healthy tissue to improve tumor removal The imaging agent 5-Aminolevulinic Acid (5-ALA), which helps neurosurgeons see the edges of a tumor more clearly to improve removal, was used in brain cancer surgery at University...

Multi-Disciplinary Care for Patients with Primary and Metastatic Tumors of the Brain & Spine

UH Neurological Institute - Summer 2018   University Hospital’s Neurological Institute works closely with UH Seidman Cancer Center to offer cutting-edge treatments for primary and metastatic cancers of the brain and spine and for non-metastatic...

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Magnetic resonance fingerprinting technology developed in Cleveland shows promise in adult brain tumors - Innovations in Cancer | Spring 2017

Gene Therapy and Glioblastoma

Innovations in Cancer | Winter 2017

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