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Tumor Paint Brings Light to Toddler's Brain Tumor

Hunter Coffman was diagnosed with a brain tumor at Seattle Children's when he was 2-years-old. While preparing for the surgery to remove the tumor, Hunter's parents were also presented with the opportunity to enroll Hunter in Seattle Children's Phase 1 trial of BLZ-100 Tumor Paint, a drug that aims to improve surgical outcomes by acting as a molecular flashlight that allows surgeons to visibly distinguish a tumor from normal brain tissue.
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