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New immunotherapy for malignant brain tumors

Glioblastoma is one of the most ominous brain tumors. Despite aggressive surgery, radiation and chemotherapy the outcome of this disease is almost always fatal. A research team has now achieved success with a novel form of treatment that involves encouraging the body?s own immune system to recognize and eliminate cancer cells in the brain.
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