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Being diagnosed with a brain tumour can be a frightening experience, with frequent association with the sense of hopelessness that comes when unexpectedly faced with a little known but formidable adversary, and is often a genuine trial of courage and strength for the entire family.  Despite tremendous advances in medicine and clinical research in recent times, affliction with a brain tumour still very much requires a well-balanced, holistic approach with full involvement of the immediate family, the primary care physician, related medical specialists, and relevant support groups.

Continue: symptoms or you can find more technical information under a taxonomy of brain tumours.

last changed 26/05/2011.

What is a Brain Tumour?
Symptoms
Diagnosis
Treatment
FAQs
Glossary
WHO Classification

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