BY Jill Russell, Ph.D.

Researchers from MD Anderson have revealed how glioma cells move and infiltrate the brain, providing a new potential treatment pathway to explore against these deadly brain tumors.

“Glioma is not usually resectable or curable because it spreads diffusely throughout the brain, like mold in bread. We found that glioma cells form a moving network, and we’ve identified a novel mechanism that could be targeted to halt that cellular...

Glioma cells that appear separate in two-dimensional imaging are actually connected

BY Ron Gilmore

An international study has revealed new information about diffuse glioma, the most common type of tumor found in some 80% of adult brain cancer...