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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital -Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project identifies the most common genetic alteration yet in the brain tumor ependymoma; results offer clues for fighting other cancers. (Richard Gilbertson, MD, PhD, David Ellison, MD, PhD, Jinghui Zhang, PhD)
A hunt through billions of pieces of genetic information uncovers new clues on treatments for childhood ependymoma.
Scientists unearth genes driving a childhood brain tumor.
The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project advances understanding of genetic defects underlying childhood low-grade gliomas and identifies promising new drug therapies. (Dr. David Ellison)
Mischievous Jonah Borngrebe is one of a kind. Unfortunately, the tumor in his brain is also extremely rare. St. Jude researchers are helping the world’s scientific community better classify this tumor.
Scientists have found evidence suggesting that small-molecule drugs could offer the first effective chemotherapy for childhood low-grade astrocytomas, improving the prognosis for hundreds of children with the disease.