Medicine & TechnologyA 53-year-old patient was the first to try the magnetic helmet developed to reduce brain tumors. The device proved effective as it indeed, shrank the tumor of this glioblastoma patient.
A new study suggested that the parasite called "Toxoplasma gondii," which duplicates in cats and most frequently spreads through humans by means of raw meat, may increase the danger of having brain cancer in humans.
The team discovered that inhibiting ID1 slows the progression of tumors in glioblastoma, breast adenocarcinoma, and melanoma. In human tissue, researchers found that the protein caused cells to be more resistant to chemotherapy treatment in glioblastoma
Brain Tumors are now the leading cancer that causes death in children and the rate adults are getting brain tumors on the same side of the head as their mobile is held now has many questioning cell phone radiation safety.
Could the cure from brain cancer rest in the hands of polio? Scientists from Duke University believe it could be. They have re-engineered the polio virus and actually adapted it to cure brain cancer, with hopes that it could further be modified to even cure other types of cancers, as well.