Improving brain tumour diagnosis to make treatment personal

Grace Li                                                                                    September 15th, 2018                          

Examining what a brain tumour looks like offers a timestamp, pointing to how long it may have been growing and the type of tumour it might be. But taking these diseases at face value risks missing important information. It’s the hidden detail that researchers are now turning to, examining faults in the molecular cogs, springs and screws that make these tumours tick. Not only will this help refine brain tumour diagnosis, but experts hope it will also point to potential new fixes.


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