Research yields new way to track brain cancer
In addition to using an MRI to gauge the extent of brain cancer, doctors have found a way to monitor a chemical found only in tumor cells.
In addition to using an MRI to gauge the extent of brain cancer, doctors have found a way to monitor a chemical found only in tumor cells. This gives doctors a nuanced and fast way to gauge how a patient is responding to treatment. (WFAA)
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