Brain Cancer & Tumors

Brain tumors can be diagnosed at any age. Not all brain tumors are cancerous and some can be safely removed or treated. Find out the types of brain tumors, symptoms, causes and treatment methods including brain surgery.

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  • Recovering from Brain Tumor Surgery: Advice for Loved Ones
    Use the tips in this article to help you to get through this difficult period. The brain tumor surgery recovery period can be just as difficult as, if not more difficult than, dealing with the tumor itself. These tips were created to make this process a bit easier on you and your loved one.
  • Chemotherapy for Neuroendocrine Tumors
    Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) are rare new growths that are involved in the interplay between two body systems, the endocrine and the nervous systems. Find out how neuroendocrine tumors and chemo are usually associated with each other.
  • Brain Tumor Survival Statistics
    In 2010, an estimated 13,140 people will die from a brain tumor, according to the National Cancer Institute. But what are the brain tumor survival statistics? Learn about the rates of survival in these types of brain tumors: meningiomas, craniopharyngiomas, ependymomas and glioblastoma multiforme.
  • Types of Brain Cancer
    What are the different types of brain cancer? Here we will detail and discuss the different brain tumor types associated with brain cancer and how they may affect the patient.
  • A Detailed List of Brain Tumor Signs and Symptoms
    Since the brain is responsible for almost everything that takes place in the human body and mind, tumors are especially harmful there. Here we present a detailed list of brain tumor symptoms.
  • An Overview of Small Cell Brain Cancer
    Read the following overview about small cell brain cancer to understand the symptoms, diagnostic techniques, treatment options and prognosis for this disease.
  • Early Signs and Symptoms of Brain Cancer
    Cancer that affects the brain has noticeable symptoms. Some of the early symptoms of brain cancer include increased number of headaches, nausea, vomiting and vision problems. Additional symptoms of brain tumors include speech difficulties, confusion and changes in personality or behavior.
  • Survival Rate for Advanced Metastatic Brain Cancer
    It is hard to predict advanced metastatic brain cancer survival rate because there are contributing factors to consider. Metastatic cancer means that cancer started in another part of the body and then spreads to another location.
  • Observation for Suspected Malignancy
    If a malignant tumor of any kind is suspected it must be taken seriously. Learn how observation for suspected malignancy takes place and what signs and symptoms to watch for and observe in two common types of cancer.
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