Scan of a glioblastoma tumor. (Credit: Gerard Toussaint, Texas A&M Health Science Center.)

Texas A&M Research Shows Biological Clocks Could Improve Brain Cancer Treatment

Timing may be right for glioblastoma as a candidate for chronochemotherapy -- treating cancer at specific times of day for maximum impact

Jan 09, 2018
"We work on a model system, and the reason to do that is that we can make progress quickly. We always hope that what we're working on will lead to something useful, and I think this is a prime example of how putting effort into basic research can pay off. We're very hopeful and encouraged by our data that we'll find a treatment."
Dr. Deborah Bell-Pedersen, Texas A&M biologist