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    With a variety of novel immunotherapy treatments emerging, the field of oncology care continues to grow and evolve. But when it comes to treating complicated diseases such as brain cancer, is immunotherapy the right option? Dr. Ian F. Parney, a neurosurgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota discusses treating brain tumors with immunotherapy and dives into different types of brain tumors, treatment options, and potential side effects.

    With state-of-the-art research and laboratory facilities, Mayo Clinic experts are constantly seeking a greater understanding of brain tumors in order to improve patient care. A variety of clinical trials and other studies of tumor biology, neuropathology and epidemiology may be available to for brain tumor treatment at Mayo Clinic.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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    With a variety of novel immunotherapy treatments emerging, the field of oncology care continues to grow and evolve. But when it comes to treating complicated diseases such as brain cancer, is immunotherapy the right option? Dr. Ian F. Parney, a neurosurgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota discusses treating brain tumors with immunotherapy and dives into different types of brain tumors, treatment options, and potential side effects.

    With state-of-the-art research and laboratory facilities, Mayo Clinic experts are constantly seeking a greater understanding of brain tumors in order to improve patient care. A variety of clinical trials and other studies of tumor biology, neuropathology and epidemiology may be available to for brain tumor treatment at Mayo Clinic.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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