Tag: child treatment
Childhood medulloblastoma origin uncovered, opening new doors for treatment
Researchers have found the origin of group 3 and 4 childhood medulloblastoma, which could help develop new treatments for children diagnosed with one of the most common forms of cancerous brain tumour.
Ulixertinib may change childhood brain tumour treatment
New research suggests that ulixertinib may offer one of the first targeted therapies for the most common form of brain tumour in children.
Mum desperate to know what type of brain tumour daughter has.
A mum is living with the awful uncertainty of not knowing what tumour type her teenage daughter has despite several surgeries, ongoing treatment and two recurrences.
Falling out of bed saved my little girl’s life
After years of her family thinking Annabelle Ginn was just “a clumsy kid”, a scan revealed she had a tennis ball-sized brain tumour
Personalising treatments for children with medulloblastomas
Scientists identify a subgroup of children diagnosed with medulloblastoma that could be given less aggressive treatments
NHS proton beam centres aim to treat a “game-changing” 1,500 patients a year
Two new NHS proton beam centres have commenced construction with planners claiming they could treat 1,500 patients a year.