Cancer stem cell test predicts treatments that lead to longer survival for glioblastoma patients

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A phase III clinical trial data published May 2 in Cell Reports Medicine found that a cancer stem cell test can accurately decide more effective treatments and lead to increased survival for patients with glioblastoma. 

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