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Live Webinar: Adult Brain Tumors: From Diagnosis to Recovery

Thu. Aug 13, 2015 at 12:00 pm CST

Recorded on Thursday, Aug. 13th 2015.   Interactive webinar: Adult Brain Tumors:  From Diagnosis to Recovery. In this  webinar, Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon Ian Parney, MD, PhD, and neurologist Alyx Porter, MD, discussed the diagnosis, management, treatment and recovery associated with adult brain tumors. Topics included management and treatment options, such as surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and clinical trials, as well as recovery and quality of life.  A question and answer session followed the presentation.

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volkert

pvolkert wrote:

How do we test and apply for the 1 CEU ??

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 5:56pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

Dear pvolkert - Unfortunately we are not offering CEU credits with these webinars. thank you!

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 9:27am CST

Anonymous wrote:

what are your thoughts on tocagen for gbm?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 1:03pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

It sounds as though this company in San Diego has clinical trials available for patients with high grade glioma. There are several academic centers participating in those trials. It may be worthwhile to check their website to see if a center near you is participating.

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 12:34pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

is having one mutation in pten ( exon 8) a bad indicator for gbm I read having one mutation is a precancer sign?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 1:02pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

Not necessarily. The whole genetic profile must be taken into consideration.

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 12:34pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

I am idh1 and 2 wild type egfr positive methylated and pten ( one mutation exon 8) top 01 and top2a positive I am in the process of finishing the stupp protocol ( 4th week) and I am considering using [...] View full text  

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 1:01pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

Optune is only covered by insurance companies at this point for recurrent disease. Clinical trials are available for use upfront, but you would have had to enroll prior to initiation of your treatment with Stupp.

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 12:34pm CST

pattib

Patti B wrote:

Thanks-where can we see this over again?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:57pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

Dear Patti B - The can be viewed again here on this landing page and it will be uploaded to YouTube as well.

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 9:28am CST

thanks, it was great.

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:57pm CST

joturner3

Jo Turner wrote:

Thank-you..very good!

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:56pm CST

swaz2015

swaz2015 wrote:

Thank You...

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:56pm CST

batty1313

Nancy wrote:

Thank you

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:55pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

thank you!!

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:54pm CST

joturner3

Jo Turner wrote:

I had just asked a question re.: my husband having a possible ependymoma in the ventricle. Thankyou for your answer. Since it has been there 26 years and has only grown a little, why do anything with it especially since [...] View full text  

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:53pm CST

alexsimon

Alex Simon replied:

Getting a second opinion from a major academic medical center like Mayo, can never hurt, since there was conflict regarding the pathology and the treating physician’s thoughts. If it is determined that your husband is asymptomatic for his disease, there is no need to intervene. If however, the disease were to progress or he should develop symptoms, intervention would be imperative.

Posted Fri, Aug 14 at 12:36pm CST

ani92

Ani wrote:

Thank you.

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:50pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

I read somewhere that being positive for egfr is a good prognostic indicator for gbm in the elderly is that correct?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:48pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

in the biomarker report I was positive for methylation. however it was listed that I was 37% methylated does the percentage have any bearing on prognosis

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:46pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

What would be the best treatment approach for a tumor that is unmethylated with no mutation in IDH1/2 genes? How would Mayo personalize the treatment for such a tumor?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:45pm CST

defeetcancer

Michael wrote:

Thank you

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:44pm CST

reginaw

ReginaW wrote:

I have a small meningitis wrapped around the super sagittal sinus. It continues to grow slowly.I am being told it is too risky for surgery because of area. I was also told radiation is not recommended. Can mayo clinic help [...] View full text  

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:41pm CST

ani92

Ani wrote:

Dr. Parney, you have been doing some pioneering work in oncolytic virotherapy with the Measles virus. Would your recommendation for oncolytic virotherapy be based on the genetic makeup of the tumor? What virus would be most effective in what circumstances [...] View full text  

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:40pm CST

Anonymous wrote:

please talk about recurrence of a brainstem glioma after doing the STUPP protical

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:39pm CST

defeetcancer

Michael wrote:

Where can I find a list of clinical trails at Mayo after just having had brain surgery?

Posted Thu, Aug 13 at 12:39pm CST