World Cancer Day: the year’s biggest breakthroughs in neuro-oncology

Written by Roisin Conneely

To mark World Cancer Day (4 February 2018), here at Neuro Central we have collated the biggest developments in neuro-oncology research over the past year. From success in creating novel biomarkers, to the potential use of the Zika virus as a tumor treatment, many leaps have been made in the field in the past 12 months, signalling hope for patients and clinicians worldwide. Zika as a potential glioblastoma treatment The Zika virus was investigated by researchers at the University of Cambridge (Cambridge, UK) for use as a possible therapy for glioblastoma, due to the virus’ ability to cross the blood–brain...

To view the full article, please register now for access

It's completely free