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Can Boosting Hydrogen Sulfide Bolster Standard-of-Care Glioblastoma Therapy to Extend Survival?

Cleveland Clinic researchers pursue answers on basic science and clinical fronts

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October 9, 2023/Cancer/News & Insight

Pathway Cross-Talk Suggests New Approach to Glioblastoma Treatment

New research from Cleveland Clinic helps explain why these tumors are so refractory to treatment, and suggests new therapeutic avenues


Investigating Mitochondria Transfer in Glioblastoma (Podcast)

New research focuses on tumorigenic aspects of communication among brain cells


Mitochondria Transfer From Healthy Astrocytes Fuels Glioblastoma Tumorigenicity

Study demonstrates its role in tumor lethality, raises prospect of therapeutic targets


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December 20, 2022/Cancer

Survival Is Associated With Subsets of T Cells in Recurrent Glioblastoma Treated With SL-701

Can T-cell immunophenotyping help inform treatment decisions?

December 6, 2022/Cancer

Phase 1 Trial Shows Drug-Resistant Immunotherapy for Glioblastoma Is Safe and Feasible

Intracranial injection of supercharged immune cells proceeds to phase 2 testing


Failed Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Promise for Treating Glioblastoma in Preclinical Study

BACE1 inhibitor reduces cancer progression in models of glioblastoma


High-Fat Diet Linked to Aggressive Glioblastoma in Preclinical Study

Findings implicate hydrogen sulfide dysfunction, point to potential treatment strategies

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New Glioma Stem Cell-Related Target Identified for Potential Treatment of Glioblastoma

Inhibition of DNA-PK suppresses tumor growth in preclinical models

August 16, 2021/Cancer

New Study Explores Feasibility of Novel Treatment Approach for Recurrent Glioblastoma

Pairing low-frequency ultrasound with microbubble resonators to penetrate the blood-brain barrier

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