Glioblastoma is a leading cause of cancer-related death in pediatric patients.
There are no approved therapies for Pediatric Brain tumors.
Current therapies are ineffective and have devastating side effects.
Treovir’s G207 Therapy demonstrated improved survival in a Phase 1 study without any serious side effects.
University of Alabama at Birmingham and Children’s of Alabama
Nick Tasoglou came to UAB and Children’s of Alabama after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. 5 months after G207 treatment, scans showed holes forming in the tumor at the G207 injection sites. More than 4 years after a single G207 treatment, with no other therapies, Nick has shown a strong response.
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