Thymus Gland Tumours​

Thymus Gland Tumours

More than 30 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Thymus Gland Tumours.

Thymus gland cancer, a rare condition, predominantly includes thymomas and the rarer thymic carcinoma. Located in the chest between the lungs, the thymus gland is part of the lymphatic system. It's crucial for developing T lymphocytes, white blood cells essential for the immune system, helping to combat infections. Thymomas generally have a better prognosis than thymic carcinoma, which is more aggressive. Treatment often involves surgery, possibly combined with radiation or chemotherapy.

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