Making Glioblastoma a Chronic Condition, Not a Deadly One

Dr. Nick Avgeropoulos, Orlando Health – UF Cancer Center, is confident that in many clinical trials a treatment was found that could work, however, they may not have been the exact right dose or for the right patient. With more than 120 different types of brain tumors, diagnosis and treatment for each and every patient is unique. Those complexities are what Dr. Avgeropoulos sees as the challenge in finding new and smarter treatments and therapies for those diagnosed with a brain tumor.

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