“Look what we’ve started. This is so exciting.”
The most common and well-known type of primary brain cancer in adults is glioblastoma, which is a highly aggressive and difficult-to-treat disease. Much less is known about low-grade gliomas, a group of primary brain cancers that most often develop in younger people during the prime of life, with an average age at diagnosis of only 37 years.
“Cancer affects so many people’s lives and we have the ability to develop new and novel treatment therapies for these patients. It’s something that keeps you motivated to do more.”