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December 15, 2015  1:54 AM

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Carrie Anderson
February 25, 2014  7:11 PM

Please add your comments here - we would love to have your input! Thank you!
Donald Mabbott
March 11, 2014  10:09 AM

Hi all
Here is what I am thinking for discussion during the Interventional Trials for Cognitive Restoration break out.

My plan was to first get the group to engage in a discussion of current research on cognitive and pharmacological intervention, then set the framework for the proposed trial (neuro-protective, neuro-recovery/brain repair, cognitive rehabilitation, lifestyle approaches), identify most promising agents/strategies to move directly to trial, discuss a drug discovery/safety approach for potential new agents, and discuss combining pharmacological strategy with cognitive and or lifestyle (i.e., exercise) strategies.

I welcome your feedback.

Eric Bouffet
March 12, 2014  5:00 AM

Would like to discuss design of future medulloblastoma trials and how we could implement at an early stage brain protection strategies in these protocols, i.e moving from preclinical models to MB protocols