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Harish Babu, MD, PhD, is the co-director of the Brain Tumor Program at Upstate and director of minimally invasive neurosurgery.
Harish Babu, MD, PhD, is the co-director of the Brain Tumor Program at Upstate and director of minimally invasive neurosurgery.

Brain surgeons have a new way to deliver radiation -- via stamp-sized tiles

Patients with brain tumors may be candidates for GammaTile Therapy, a new way of delivering radiation after a surgeon removes the tumor. Neurosurgeon Harish Babu, MD, PhD, explains how the tiles, the size of a postage stamp, are placed in the brain after surgery, compares GammaTile to more traditional types of radiation and explains what patients can expect. Babu is the co-director of the Brain Tumor Program at Upstate and director of minimally invasive neurosurgery,

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