Nanomedicine Has Potential

“Their study is the first to demonstrate an intravenous medication that can cross the blood-brain barrier. The discovery may one day lead to new clinical therapies for treating glioblastoma, and could lead to further therapies adopting their method for other “undruggable” tumors.”

Read more about how nanomedicine could be a potential treatment/cure for GBMs.

Lenox Hill

Check out the new series on Netflix called Lenox Hill. The series follows the incredible neurosurgeons at Lenox Hill Hospital as they help patients with GBMs.

Positive Results with Cannabidiol Treatment

Research shows the benefits of using cannabidiol (a non-psychoactive component of cannabis) in the treatment of glioblastoma:

… The control group received temozolomide (chemotherapy) only and had a 44% 1-year survival rate. In contrast, the cannabidiol combination plus temozolomide group showed a 83% 1-year survival rate with a median survival over 662 days compared with 369 days in the control group…

Read the full article: Cannabinoids in Glioblastoma Therapy: New Applications for Old Drugs.

Another article can be found here: The Antitumor Activity of Plant-Derived Non-Psychoactive Cannabinoids