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Research in Dr. Parney's lab at Mayo Clinic is doing groundbreaking work to find new immunotherapies in addition to surgery, radiation and chemotherapy for people diagnosed with glioblastomas.
The Neurosurgical Oncology Laboratory at Mayo Clinic is discovering ways to improve the prognosis of people with malignant brain tumors by improving surgery, and understanding and utilizing the body's own immune response to attack these tumors.
Research projects in Dr. Parney's lab focus on discovering more effective treatments for glioblastomas by improving surgery, understanding immunology and developing effective immunotherapies.
The Neurosurgical Oncology Lab at Mayo Clinic offers clinical trials in all phases for people with newly diagnosed tumors and recurring glioblastomas.
Dr. Parney has published extensively on how different therapies affect the outcomes of people with low-grade gliomas and metastatic brain disease.
Contact the Neurosurgical Oncology Laboratory led by Ian F. Parney, M.D., Ph.D., at Mayo Clinic about glioblastoma research projects, collaboration, funding and training.
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