Researchers are developing targeted therapies and studying ways to improve the effectiveness of treatments for pediatric brain tumors.
Dr. Jamie Van Gompel explains how pituitary tumors can affect you, even when they aren't cancerous, and how they are treated.
Just 34 years old, Alex Kraatz has survived not one, but two different types of brain tumors, 20 years apart. This is his story.
Researchers found that animal models with a specific change in DNA developed gliomas much more frequently and in half the time compared to models without the alteration.
Mayo Clinic pediatric brain cancer experts discuss what families should consider when seeking treatment for a child with a brain tumor.
Mayo Clinic neurologic surgeon Bruce Pollock, M.D., explains how gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery is used to treat brain tumors.
Neurologist Dr. Wendy Sherman discusses glioblastoma diagnosis, treatment and research in this "Mayo Clinic Q&A" podcast video.
Researchers used a new immunotherapy technique that combines chimeric antigen receptor-T cell therapy, or CAR-T cell therapy, with a cancer-killing virus to more effectively target and treat solid cancer tumors in mouse models.
Dr. Alyx Porter discusses the various types of brain tumors and how they are diagnosed and treated.
The story of Julie Berg's diagnosis and treatment for glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain tumor.