Implantable brain tumor treatment

GT Medical Technologies is a Tempe-based company that has created a new way to target brain tumors like the type that took the late Senator John McCain’s life. GammaTile technology, invented and developed in Arizona, consists of four tiles implanted in a patient. These tiles contain dosages of radiation that targets glioblastomas. We’ll get more from Dr. David Brachman of GammaTile Technologies.

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