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July 18, 2013

After hearing those frightening words that your child has a brain tumor, it is hard to imagine anyone being able to focus on what the doctor is saying from that point on. After Rory passed… Read More

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July 12, 2013

Past findings from an international, genome-sequencing consortium that has linked a “mutated histone protein” to a rare brain-stem cancer in children called DIPG, fueled the recent breakthrough in a targeted treatment of the tumors, according… Read More

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June 15, 2013

Normally we would eschew television medical dramas when discussing real life medical problems, but in thinking about the early signs of brain cancer, we are reminded of ER and the character of Dr. Mark Greene…. Read More

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The 'Why' regarding what can cause brain cancer is slowly evolving
May 29, 2013
The 'Why' regarding what can cause brain cancer is slowly evolving

There have been many research projects trying to find the answer for what can cause brain cancer. Cancer exists in many forms and is a complex combination of different diseases. One main underlying characteristic is… Read More

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Signs of childhood cancer can be missed as ordinary “bumps and bruises,” or common sickness
May 20, 2013
Signs of childhood cancer can be missed as ordinary “bumps and bruises,” or common sickness

It is a bizarre twist of fate when the signs of childhood cancer surface through seemingly ordinary, day-to-day occurrences, the kind we may call ‘kid’s stuff’ as they complain about an ache or pain, here-and-there…. Read More

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