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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new meta-analysis of pediatric gliomas suggests the childhood brain tumors fall into several distinct subgroups with varying prognoses and prevalence in younger or older individuals.

"We found that tumours that have historically been lumped together under one diagnosis are in fact comprised of many, remarkably different, diseases," senior author Chris Jones, a molecular pathology and cancer therapeutics researcher at the Institute of Cancer Research, said in a statement.

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