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Study sheds light on role of stem cells in children's brain tumor
Date:1/10/2010

nd that in mice, these cells turned into medulloblastomas.

The researchers then looked more closely at the genetic makeup of these tumours and found a particular pattern which they compared with tumours taken from patients with medulloblastomas. They found that patients whose tumours also had this genetic pattern were those with the worst survival chances.

The researchers believe that their findings are a crucial first step in understanding the most aggressive form of this disease. They can now begin to look for new ways to tackle the disease in a more effective and possibly less toxic way.


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Contact: Sian Halkyard
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44-797-009-6175
Queen Mary, University of London
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