Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, June 19th, 2009
Appearing June 2 in Cancer Cell, the U-M team's findings in mice show for the first time that: Glioblastoma, the type of cancer that afflicts U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy and is diagnosed in about 10,000 Americans each year, may originate in neural stem cells located in a brain region known as the subventricular zone, or SVZ. In mice, neural stem cells that normally live...
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