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Brain Tumors

Brain Tumors

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  • Tumors: An Overview
  • Symptoms Of A Brain Tumor
  • Symptoms Of Brain Cancer
  • Personal Story: How I Knew I Had A Brain Tumor


  • Brain tumors are a complex and often life-altering medical condition that affects thousands of people worldwide. Brain tumors, whether benign or malignant, can significantly lower a person's quality of life. Early detection is essential for the right course of care. Explore signs of a brain tumor, cancer symptoms, and the experiences of some people who have dealt with this challenging diagnosis in this blog.

    Tumors: An Overview

    Unusual and excessive tissue growths in the body are called tumors. They can arise in different tissues or organs or be benign or malignant (cancerous). There is frequent confusion between "tumor" and "neoplasm."

    Benign Tumors:

    Benign tumors are non-cancerous tumors that usually do not invade neighboring tissues or spread to other body parts. They are frequently encapsulated and have distinct borders. Benign tumors are typically not life-threatening, though they could pose a risk if they press on nearby organs or structures. Skin moles, uterine fibroids, and certain brain lesions, such as meningiomas, are typical instances of benign tumors.

    Malignant Tumors:

    Malignant tumors, on the other hand, are cancerous growths that can infiltrate nearby tissues and travel to other parts of the body through the lymphatic or circulatory systems. Within malignant tumors, cancerous cells can divide uncontrollably and grow quickly and uncontrollably. When cancer is diagnosed, malignant tumors are the leading cause of concern because they are extremely dangerous to one's health and, if left untreated, can result in severe illness or even death.

    Symptoms Of A Brain Tumor