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 may be a higher likelihood that immuno-vaccines may be a treatment option in the future for children with brain tumors. 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 an interdisciplinary panel of pediatric brain tumor physicians. In this short video, Dr. Kieran shares with the audience some of the new insights into potential immuno-vaccine treatments for pediatric brain tumor patients.