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Quincy, MA Police Dept 31 Jul 19
Quinn, 3-year-old son of Officer Tara Waters, is currently at home in isolation after several rounds of chemo. His only way of seeing people is “in his window" so our Special Operations Unit (SOU) recently stopped by to pay him a visit!
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lberrelez32 8 Aug 19
Adelyn is my 6 yr old cousin who is battling cancer (medulloblastoma) She may be small in size, but she has the biggest FIGHT 💪🏼 in her. Please help her dreams come true and retweet so JoJo Siwa can see this.
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Children with Cancer UK 17 Sep 17
Thank you for sharing exciting research being discussed at our conference today
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Paediatric Oncology 2 Jun 17
most common childhood brain cancer has been identified as 7 separate conditions
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Albert Koong, MD PhD Nov 29
Improved long-term global IQ, working memory, processing speed in kids treated with for .
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Ned Sharpless, MD 14h
Replying to @theNCI @COGorg
Many other -supported trials and research are being presented at . For example, a molecular evaluation of the Children’s Oncology Group’s () trial.
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Oct 22
New Research by & team finds that the nature and outcome of relapse are biology and therapy dependent, providing translational opportunities for improved disease management
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The Brain Tumour Charity 23 May 17
RESEARCH NEWS - has been identified as 7 separate conditions each needing different treatment;
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JP Bouffard, MD 23 Dec 16
This is a recurrent , non-SHH, non-WNT genetics.
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Happy Quail 1 Aug 17
is the most common malignant brain tumor of childhood..."
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Steve Clifford Oct 23
Our latest paper on relapse is published. Great work from all our team
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Newcastle University Centre for Cancer Oct 23
The latest paper from our team has defined the nature and clinical correlates of medulloblastoma relapse and how these could be be used to improve disease management.
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Medical Xpress 19 Jul 17
Definitive genomic study reveals alterations driving most brain tumors
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St. Jude Research Apr 5
St. Jude and others studied how gene mutations passed down through families help cause a type of childhood brain tumor. The team found that inherited mutations in the gene ELP1 can make kids more apt to have the SHH subgroup of the disease. Watch to learn more.
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Nature Cancer Aug 18
The August issue is online and the cover is 😍 This month we have some studies about pan-cancer , and outcomes, , , & Check out the full content here:
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Happy Quail Mar 4
“The partnership will focus on Pediatric Brain Cancer (PBC), with the aim of developing algorithms to accelerate the diagnosis and treatment of medulloblastoma patients.”
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MD Anderson Brain and Spine 7 Mar 19
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Nazanin Majd to Neuro-Oncology as assistant professor! She specializes in primary , including , low-grade , and .
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Craig Horbinski 5 Feb 19
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VíctorSuárez NeuroRx 24 Jan 19
As a general rule, groups 3 & 4 CENTRAL location (worse prognosis) and SHH & WNT LATERAL location.
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Terry Fox Research Institute 3 Jun 19
Replying to @tfri_research
Twenty years ago, Taylor survived with no long-term side effects. Sadly, not all children fair the same. Learn about Taylor's story, and why researchers looked into the genetic characteristics of her tumour to save other patients →
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