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Glioma Cells: Understanding the Pathology and Advances in Research


Max Freddie*

Gliomas are the most common primary brain tumors, originating from glial cells in the central nervous system. These tumors exhibit significant heterogeneity, making their classification and treatment challenging. Gliomas can be benign or malignant, with the latter, known as glioblastoma, being the most aggressive and difficult to treat. This article provides a comprehensive overview of glioma cells, including their characteristics, classification, molecular features, and current advances in research and treatment strategies. By understanding the biology and behavior of glioma cells, researchers hope to develop more effective therapeutic interventions to improve patient outcomes.

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