Case studies in Neuro-oncology

Brain Cancer clinical trials are research studies that test new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat Brain cancer. A world-first human trial has been set to begin in Brisbane and Melbourne has the potential to be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the treatment of brain cancer, researchers say. According to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation worth of $500,000 provided to the study over the next three years.

The Centre for Neuro-Oncology offers the latest advances in care for adult patients with brain tumors or spinal cord tumors, as well as for neurologic complications of brain cancer and its treatments. The Australian Government is supporting Australia’s capacity to develop industry-independent cancer clinical trials.

The Division of Neuro-oncology is committed to performing studies of quality of life, fatigue, and the use of complementary medicine. A prospective study to establish baseline quality-of-life parameters for patients with high-grade gliomas is currently in development. Neuro-oncologists also work with members of the Division of Neuroepidemiology to evaluate population-based case series of adult patients with glioma in order to better understand how survival relates to factors such as personal and family medical histories, diet, smoking and alcohol consumption prior to diagnosis, and other demographic factors such as education.

  • Clinical trials in Neuro-oncology
  • Antitumor Activity
  • Clinical trial design in Neuroscience
  • Clinical Oncology
  • Drug compounds targeting Tumor metabolism
  • Anticancer drug discovery and development
  • Anticancer drug discovery and development

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