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Israeli scientists stop brain tumors in mice, say may cure a deadly cancer – The Times of Israel

Glioblastoma in rodents, and in human cells in a lab model, blocked by compound that researchers see as ‘paving the way for a new therapy’ for deadliest brain cancer…

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Israeli researchers believe they can make the most lethal brain cancer less deadly, after they stopped tumors from growing in mice and in a lab model using human cells by blocking specific proteins from reaching them.
Glioblastoma only has a 40 percent survival rate after a year and 5% after five years, even with surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
But Prof. Ronit Satchi-Fainaro said she is hopeful that her new study, conducted on mice and lab models, will make the illness chronic but manageable…

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