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Glioblastoma (GB) is the most common primary brain tumor in adults. It is also one of the most lethal and devastating malignancy with a median patient survival of 14 months despite surgical resection and radiochemotherapy. Recent data has suggested that radiotherapy may trigger treatment resistance by promoting the diffuse invasive phenotype of GB, possibly through NF-kB. The alcohol-deterring drug Disulfiram was repurposed in cancer therapy for its antiinvasive properties on GB cells throughdoi:10.18725/oparu-32622 fatcat:r6qfvnqi2bfzjl2vobszrvxa2y