Innovation Means Hope: DIOMEDES - a better outlook for Glioblastoma patients



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Brain tumours can happen at any age and there are many types. Glioblastoma the most aggressive: Only about 3 in 100 patients survive more than 5 years - more research is essential to ensure more patients survive. The project DIOMEDES aims to develop personalised therapies that will reduce the high mortality rate of this disease.

See/hear project leaders Anna Golebiewska and Petr Nazarov (Luxembourg Institute of Health) introduce the research project DIOMEDES, co-funded with €510,000 from Fondation Cancer Luxembourg and the FNR, in the framework of the FNR’s CORE programme, which supports research projects in priority areas for Luxembourg.

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