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Combo of Avastin, second drug shows promise fighting brain cancer

The drug bevacizumab, also known by the trade name Avastin, shrinks tumors briefly in patients with an aggressive brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme, but then they often grow again and spread throughout the brain for reasons no one previously has understood. Now, researchers have found out why this happens.
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