Research and Clinical Trials

"As the mother of a Brain Tumour patient, I often remind myself that when our day ends and we go to sleep on this side of the world, a new day breaks on the other side of the globe, where people are just waking up to a new day in their laboratories, a new day in their surgeries and a new day in their wards and clinics. Likewise, when those on the other side of the world finish their day, we on this side are just beginning ours.

 

Who knows what new brain tumour treatments might be discovered when daylight breaks in various corners of the world?

 

So even while we sleep there is hope."


- Kathy Oliver, Co-director of the International Brain Tumour Alliance

 

From June 2009 our Research and Clinical Trial News section will be updated regularly but, if you spot an article that we haven't included please let us know and we'll get it added as soon as we can.

One of the easiest ways to view brain tumour research papers before June 2009 is to surf BrainLife, a website run by an Italian gentleman whose wife is a long term Glioblastoma Multiforme survivor. Research papers are reviewed before being published in easy-to-navigate format, and you can sign up to their regular newsletter to make sure that you never miss a new discovery.

Please note that all research papers tend to refer to statistics related to Prognosis and survival, so please do not download these if you would prefer not to read this type of information.
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