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Is there a cure for central nervous system embryonal tumors?

Currently, researchers and members of the healthcare community are aggressively searching for a cure for cancer. So, at the present time, there is no cure for central nervous system embryonal tumors if they are found to be malignant. However, treatment outcomes are improving. Over the past 30 years, while the incidence of these types of childhood cancers has more or less stayed the same, the number of related deaths in this population has declined.

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