Our expert says:
Low-grade astrocytic tumours are usually slow-growing and are not likely to spread. Grade 1 astrocytic tumours can be removed with surgery, and are unlikely to come back if they have been completely removed. Grade 2 tumours can sometimes be removed but may come back after surgery.
There are currently quite a few clinical trials running worldwide testing new drugs for the treatment of glioma (asterocytoma)
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