Acquiring knowledge of To is waiting for the spread of brain tumors

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have created a computer model to correctly expect the rise in lethal brain tumors 

Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is a brain cancer with an average survival rate of only 12 months

 It is much more difficult to treat because of its extraordinarily dense medium, its rapid growth, 

its location in the brain. Estimating the rate of spread and proliferation of such tumors is beneficial to clinicians, 

Researchers from the University of Waterloo and the College of Toronto have partnered with St. Michael's Sanitarium 

Toronto to investigate MRI data from a pair of GBM patients. They are using system control to fully

The researchers analyzed two sets of MRIs from each of 5 unnamed GBM-affected patients.

The patients underwent huge MRIs, waited several months, and then received a second set of MRIs.

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