Monthly Archives: July 2008

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Advances in Radiation (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

At the July 2nd, 2008 International Society of Pediatric Neuro-Oncologists meeting in Chicago, more than 100 families with children suffering from brain tumors gathered to ask questions directed at […]

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Advances in Reversal of Neuro-cognitive Damage (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

Can Cognitive Damage in Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients be Reversed?

Collateral damage to cognitive processes for a pediatric brain tumor patient are common due to the toxicity and invasive nature […]

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Benign Versus Malignant Defined (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Developments in Hydrocephalus (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

At the July 2nd, 2008 International Society of Pediatric Neuro-Oncologists meeting in Chicago, more than 100 families with children suffering from brain tumors gathered to ask questions directed at […]

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Developments in Immuno-Vaccines (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

Immuno-vaccines are still very new to the brain tumor arena and historically have been focused on the adult brain tumor population. That being said, new advances suggest that there […]

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Importance of Collaboration (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

Finding less toxic and more effective treatments for children battling the most common forms of brain tumors will be possible through the collaboration of all interested parties. Most importantly, […]

A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: Clinical Trail Protocol Defined (PLGA Foundation)

July 2nd, 2008|

At the July 2nd, 2008 International Society of Pediatric Neuro-Oncologists meeting in Chicago, more than 100 families with children suffering from brain tumors gathered to ask questions directed at […]