Dr. John L. Cleveland
Associate Center Director of Basic Science at Moffitt Cancer Center
/ Blood-brain barrier breakthrough reported by researchers
Blood-brain barrier breakthrough reported by researchers
Cornell researchers have discovered a way to penetrate the blood brain barrier that may soon permit delivery of drugs directly into the brain to treat chemo-resistant cancers.
The blood-brain barrier has stymied direct treatment of brain disorders. In a recently published study, a researcher reports finding a way to pass therapeutics through the barrier, using readily-available agents. Read full article