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Brain Cancer

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Jeannine Walston
Since being diagnosed, I've learned a tremendous amount in my journey.
Brielle Benyon
Certain groups of pediatric and adolescent patients are less likely to receive fertility preservation consultation, recent research says.
Brielle Benyon
Inhibiting the immune system could decrease cognitive decline after radiation treatment, according to research conducted in mouse models.
Scott Hamilton
One of Scott Hamilton's doctors told him that proton therapy was, "an elegant choice."
Samira Rajabi
When a diagnosis begins to improve, it is hard to reconcile your identity as a patient with your identity as a whole. Grappling with questions of who you are after having been diagnosed with something life altering can be both profound and challenging, and leave you a bit, well, ambivalent.
Samira Rajabi
Once you or someone you love has been diagnosed with something big, the times between scans become sacred in-between times where you do your best to live in light of the ever-changing circumstances of your body. Sometimes that can be a time full of fear, but others it is a time full of hope.
Jessica Skarzynski
The cognitive dysfunction that patients with glioblastoma often face can compound these challenges and ultimately put extra stress on caregivers.
Katie Kosko
Researchers have found a potentially safer and faster way to determine if treatment for a type of childhood brain cancer is working.
Samira Rajabi
Health care shouldn't be a fight, but it is. I tell my story of fighting for an MRI in a hope that I illuminate the cracks in our system in a hope we can make change, so no one falls through those cracks.
Kristie L. Kahl
In the first such clinical trial in the United States, researchers will evaluate focused ultrasound to breach the blood-brain barrier
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