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We are excited to officially announce the start of the -coordinated project, the European
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1 hour ago by danbri
Survival in Patients With Melanoma With Active Brain Metastases Treated With Pembrolizumab | PracticeUpdate
This study presents long-term follow-up of pembrolizumab-treated patients with new or progressing brain metastases treated in a phase II clinical trial. The 23 patients had one or more asymptomatic, untreated 5- to 20-mm brain metastasis not requiring corticosteroids. Pembrolizumab was active in melanoma brain metastases. The toxicity profile was acceptable, and durable responses were observed. At 2 years, survival was comparable to that of patients without brain metastases treated with anti–PD-1 agents.

Current evidence supports use of pembrolizumab in the treatment of small, asymptomatic brain metastases.
cancer  immunotherapy  brain 
yesterday by cnk
A Learning Secret: Don’t Take Notes with a Laptop - Scientific American
Research shows taking notes by hand captures fewer words, but is better for memory, probably because it forces the notetaker to synthesize more.
via:GregRobinson  brain  productivity  science  ScientificAmerican 
2 days ago by mcherm
What You Need to Know About the Different Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries
With the severity of symptoms associated with these injuries, it is crucial to understand the most common types of TBI, as well as their potential short-term and long-term effects on the brain.
brain  injury  type 
4 days ago by Adventure_Web
Understanding the Connection Between Traumatic Brain Injuries and Depression
If you are concerned that your feelings of depression may be linked to a past TBI, consider the connection between these two occurrences.
traumatic  brain  injury 
4 days ago by Adventure_Web

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