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High frequency of H3K27M immunopositivity in adult thalamic glioblastoma.

Al's Comment:

We already knew that there is a high frequency of this mutation in the pediatric thalamic tumors but this study shows that 60% of adult thalamic tumors have this mutation.    Glioblastoma in this area have the worst prognosis. This article shows why - all are MGMT unmethylated, and most have the H3K27M mutation.    The good news about all of this is that now we have options that we did not have before:

 For the H3K27M mutation, the experimental drug Onc-201 can be tried. There are trials available for it and if you do not fit the trial, we are involved in a compassionate use program for it - call us.  

 For the unmethylated MGMT, there is a different experimental drug - Val-083 which is in trial that is similar to Temodar but works in a different area of the DNA so it is unaffected by the MGMT status.


Posted on: 04/03/2019

High frequency of H3K27M immunopositivity in adult thalamic glioblastoma.


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