Fig A: This confocal microscope image shows brain cells from adult mice expressing the protein Olig2 (shown in red). Re-searchers at Cincinnati Children’s discovered that inhibiting Olig2 appears to make aggressive, high-grade gliomas significantly more sensitive to treatment.

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Two-Step Gene Therapy Shows Early Promise in Treating High-Grade Gliomas

Words like “victory” rarely get used when talking about treatments for aggressive high-grade glioma and glioblastoma. The conversation more commonly turns to a sad prognosis focused on how long a child has to live.

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