Research: Immunotherapy can help fight aggressive brain cancer

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News. According to researchers in a new study patients with the aggressive glioma blast home of brain cancer lived longer if they were treated with immunotherapy before surgery. This is the type of cancer that killed Senator John McCain Senator Ted Kennedy and beau Biden, he was the son of former vice president Joe Biden, it's among the deadliest of cancers with a three year survival rate of just ten percent. This new study is led by researchers at UCLA and found that patients who received a drug called a checkpoint inhibitor before surgery lived for four hundred and seventeen more days. Meanwhile, those who got the treatment after surgery live for two hundred and twenty eight more days, researchers also say this study, Mark very first time that this

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