Part 2: Radiation Therapy for the Brain Tumor Patient

BrainCancer.org presents our 11th video in our Brain Tumors 101 Series, “Radiation Therapy for the Brain Tumor Patient Part 2”. In this video, Dr. Charles Cobbs, Neurosurgeon and the Gregory Foltz Endowed Director of The Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment at Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Seattle, WA, describes linear beam radiation […]

Brain Tumors 101 Series: Surgical Options After A Brain Tumor Diagnosis

BrainCancer.org presents our 9th video in our Brain Tumors 101 series, ” Surgical Options After A Brain Tumor Diagnosis:”. In this video, Dr. Charles Cobbs, Neurosurgeon and the Gregory Foltz Endowed Director of The Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment , discusses how surgical resections of brain tumors are approached by […]

Brain Tumors 101 Series: “MGMT Methylation in Glioblastoma Brain Tumors”

http://youtu.be/Ypp-VQEp42Y BrainCancer.org presents its 6th video in the Brain Tumors 101 series, “MGMT Methylation in Glioblastoma Brain Tumors”. This is Part 2 of 2 on MGMT Methylation. Topics discussed in this video include: Temozolomide and impact on MGMT Methylated and Unmethylated glioblastoma brain tumors, prognosis for unmethylated vs methylated brain tumors, and details on how […]

BrainCancer.org Presents the Video Series “Brain Tumors 101”

In this blog, I would like to discuss a project that we hope will lead to increased knowledge and assistance to patients and their family members who are dealing with a brain tumor diagnosis.  I have started an online video course to discuss brain tumors. These informal lectures are titled “Brain Tumors 101”. The goal of these […]

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Brain Tumor Gene and Familial Link with Gliomas in Family Members

A recent report has received significant attention in the brain tumor community.   http://www.medicaldaily.com/brain-tumor-gene-found-linking-familial-glioma-between-family-members-313372   This is a brief communication to the Journal of the National Cancer Institute by a consortium of researchers who have been studying the possibility of familial genetic links to gliomas. This brief report focuses on two families out of thousands of […]