The Canadian Cancer Trials Group is improving glioblastoma survival in the elderly.
A pivotal clinical trial led by the Society-supported Canadian Cancer Trials Group found that some older patients with glioblastoma who received chemotherapy with a short course of radiation lived about twice as long as those who only got radiation. Glioblastoma is currently an incurable form of brain cancer. This research is changing how glioblastoma is treated in elderly patients around the world.
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Reference: ASCO Annual Meeting, June 2016
Pictured: Canadian Cancer Trials Group researcher Dr Christopher O’Callaghan