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Basch is now leading a national trial involving 1,000 patients being treated in community oncology practices around the country.
At UCSD and partner institutions, there are some of the best researchers in the world in neuro-oncology, as well as research into the brain and cancer, more generally.
Electrodes are placed on the head, which creates an electro field that can stop tumor cells from dividing and growing, said Dr. Deborah Heros, professor of neuro-oncology at Sylvester.
In the cancer unit, the drug shortage has forced chief oncology nurse Sayed al Masri to send increasing numbers of leukemia patients home without chemotherapy, and many have stopped coming.
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medical : the study and treatment of cancer and tumors
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