Tag: brain tumour

Posted on June 9, 2018

Hot Metal Seeds Target Brain Tumour Cells:

Sarah Knapton, Science Editor, The Telegraph  June 8 2018 Deadly brain tumours can be treated in just ten minutes with a groundbreaking new treatment which uses MRI scanners to heat up cancer cells until they die. The new therapy, developed by University College London, involves injecting a tiny magnetic metal ‘seed’ into the bloodstream and […] Read More

Posted on September 18, 2015

BRAIN MAPPING: AN OVERVIEW- BY ANGELICA BOTTARO – MEDICAL RESEARCHER & WRITER

Losing a battle with your brain? There may be a map for that We as humans use our brains to understand, well, our brains—and as it’s the most complex of all computing systems, it’s not easy. Even with all that power we still have a long way to go before we can proudly say we […] Read More