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Dr. Wendy Sherman explains the differences in these brain tumors and why research is crucial to moving toward a cure.
After surviving two emergency surgeries to remove a life-threatening brain tumor, Mike Knudson is determined to live a life full of adventure.
Dr. Jennifer Peterson discusses what modern radiation therapy for brain tumors looks like and explains why it's still a practical option for patients.
Neuro-oncologist Dr. Wendy Sherman gives an overview of meningioma, glioblastoma and secondary brain tumors.
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Dr. Jamie Van Gompel explains how pituitary tumors can affect you, even when they aren't cancerous, and how they are treated.
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Mayo Clinic pediatric brain cancer experts discuss what families should consider when seeking treatment for a child with a brain tumor.
Mayo Clinic neurologic surgeon Bruce Pollock, M.D., explains how gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery is used to treat brain tumors.