Killing Glioblastoma Cells with Electrical Pulses Proves Effective in Dog Trial

Posted on February 23, 2015

From FierceAnimalHealth: Virginia Tech assistant professor Scott Verbridge won a $386,149 research grant from the National Cancer Institute to further develop a technology that uses electrical pulses to kill cancer cells. The technique showed a survival benefit in a dog with glioblastoma, and Verbridge’s team is using the grant money to develop the technology for use in people. Here’s more.


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