Friday, May 9, 2008
Brain tumors seems to be a favorite plot device in overwrought medical dramas – to most of us they represent terminal illness with debilitating symptoms. In the real world, a brain tumor is any abnormal growth of cells in the brain, and can be malignant or benign. Some cancers begin in the brain, and others start elsewhere and metastasize there. Join us this Friday when we learn more about the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of brain tumors, and call with your questions.