What's Happening in Health: RNA treatment for brain cancer

UC research examines use of microbubbles, RNA for targeted brain tumor treatment

UC scientists are conducting research that could bring hope to those diagnosed with brain cancer.

Daniel Pomeranz Krummel, PhD, research associate professor at UC and author on a new study, was a guest on Local 12's What's Happening in Health, discussing a new RNA treatment being studied for brain tumors.

"We're developing a novel therapeutic approach that will help us treat adult and pediatric brain tumors," he says.

Watch the full interview (Note: Interview starts at around the 5:55 minute mark).

Soma Sengupta, MD, PhD, associate director of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute’s Brain Tumor Center, was also involved in this research and was interviewed by WCPO, Channel 9.

Read more about the study on UC News.

Featured photo of a brain courtesy of Unsplash.

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