Brain Tumor News January 26, 2012

Abnormal Chromosome Indicated Outcome for Rare Brain Tumor*

http://newswise.com/articles/abnormal-chromosome-indicates-outcome-for-rare -brain-tumor

Therapy Can Add Years to Certain Brain Tumor Patient’s Lives*

http://yourlife.usatoday.com/health/medical/treatments/story/2012-01-22/The rapy-can-add-years-to-certain-brain-tumor-patients-lives/52746292/1

ImmunoCellular Therapuetics Proves Update on Phase II Clinical Trial of ICT-107 for the Treatment of Glioblastoma*

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/immunocellular-therapeutics-provides-updat e-on-phase-ii-clinical-trial-of-ict-107-for-the-treatment-of-glioblastoma-2 012-01-23




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Almost 2 yrs ago only removed 1/2 of Tumor in surgery. Next did radiation and chemo. Pathology report states my 1p/19q was not deleted. Are there trial programs available when my Oligodendroglioma is no longer stable? Are there other / new treatment options for someone like myself?

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TK6371,
You can contact our TrialConnect program, which is a way for you to research clinical trials. We have information on trials that are being conducted throughout the US and Canada. http://emergingmed.com/networks/ABTA/ or you can call them at 877-769-4833.

If you have any other questions just let me know. Thanks!

ABTA_Jillann
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