Breakthrough in incurable childhood brain cancer

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Sydney Morning Herald discusses advancements in curing childhood brain cancer. According to the article DIPG, or diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, doesn’t respond to chemotherapy and is terminal. However, a team of doctors at the Children’s Cancer Institute in Sydney have found a drug that looks promising.

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