Why are Men More Prone to Brain Cancer?

Glioblastoma, the aggressive form of brain cancer that killed Senator John McCain in August 2018, has been known for decades to affect men at rates almost twice as high as women. In a recent study, a team of researchers led Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have now identified distinct molecular signatures of Glioblastoma in both genders that may help us understand differences in patients’ response to treatment and survival. Check out the video below to learn more.