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Improved Survival in Adult Patients with Low-Grade Brain Tumors

Using clinical data collected over the past decade through a U.S. cancer registry, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine demonstrated that significant strides have been made in improving the survival of adult patients with low-grade gliomas, a slow-growing yet deadly form of primary brain cancer.

Brain Tumors/Rotator Cuff Injury/Fireworks Safety: Mayo Clinic Radio

According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 23,000 new cases of brain cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. last year. Of those, about one-third were gliomas... a type of brain cancer that's particularly hard to treat. On this week's program, Dr. Robert Jenkins, a pathologist and specialist in laboratory genetics, explains new research that may lead to […]

Simon Kindleysides: Man Walks For First Time In Almost Three Years Thanks To Robotic Legs

Simon Kindleysides suffers from a brain condition called Functional Neurological Disorder (FND), as well as a brain tumor that has left him paralyzed from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair. He has not waked in almost three years. Show More Summary

Legendary Russian Opera Star Dmitri Hvorstovsky Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

52-year-old People's Artist of Russia Dmitri Hvorstovsky has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, forcing him to cancel all his summer shows.

Dmitri Hvorostovsky Cancels Appearances for Brain Tumor Treatment

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, a popular baritone, is beginning treatment for a brain tumor and has canceled all summer engagements.

Patients' contributions to national study redefine low-grade brain tumor diagnosis

A group of patients have made important contributions to an American cancer study that proposes a change in how some brain tumors are classified and ultimately treated. The study reveals that a tumor's DNA is key to determining if a lower-grade malignant brain tumor may rapidly progress to glioblastoma.

Detroit Patients' Contributions to National Study Help Re-Define Low-Grade Brain Tumor Diagnosis

Sixty-seven patients from the Hermelin Brain Tumor Center at Henry Ford Hospital and their families made important contributions to a national cancer study that proposes a change in how some brain tumors are classified - and ultimately treated. Show More Summary

Optical Probe to Help Remove Only Cancerous Tissues in Brain Surgeries

Neurosurgeons removing a tumor have to be obsessive about resecting just enough and not too much tissue so that the cancer doesn’t come back while the patient is not left neurologically disabled. Tumors usually look the same as the healthy...Show More Summary

Watch This Awesome Spider-Dad Spider-Man Fan Film for Charity - Hey, if you're going to waste time on the Internet anyway...

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Parkour athlete Mike Wilson made The Amazing Spider-Dad for his young son Jayden, who sadly passed away before it was finished due to a brain tumor. Now you can watch it in honor of Jayden for charity, as all YouTube monetization income on the video will go to Naomi House, a UK children's hospice center.

Scott Baio’s Wife DIagnosed With Brain Tumor: “My wife is my rock” [Video]

Just a few short days ago, Scott Baio was at the top of the world, until his wife, Renee, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The actor, 54, revealed the news on his Facebook page, and has been keeping fans updated since. Scott’s wifeShow More Summary

British woman's car crash leads to brain tumor discovery

last weekNews : NY Daily News

A British woman is grateful for a car crash that led doctors to discover a deadly, massive tumor growing in her brain.

Scott Baio's wife has a brain tumor: 'She refuses to shed one tear'

Scott Baio and his wife Renee are facing another health challenge in their family: She's been diagnosed with a tumor in the lining of her brain.

Scott Baio Reveals His Wife Has A Brain Tumor –– Thanks Fans For Support In Family Health Shocker

Scott Baio said on Facebook that his wife Renee was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The Happy Days star, 54, took to the social networking site to write of his… READ ON

Scott Baio: My Wife Has a Brain Tumor

It’s always difficult when a loved one falls ill, and Scott Baio announced that his beloved wife Renee Baio has been diagnosed with a tumor on her brain. Earlier this week, the “Charles in Charge” hunk posted a message to his Facebook account- "Just a few days ago we learned my wife, Renee, has a meningioma brain tumor. Show More Summary

Scott Baio's wife diagnosed with brain tumor

The actor (54) revealed on Facebook that his wife, Renee Baio, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.        

Scott Baio’s Wife’s Brain Tumor Diagnosis Has Actor Asking For Prayers

Scott Baio’s wife’s brain tumor diagnosis has the actor asking for prayers. Scott’s wife Renee Baio was recently diagnosed with a meningioma brain tumor, a type of tumor that mostly women develop. Scott shared the news on his Facebook...Show More Summary

Scott Baio’s wife diagnosed with brain tumor

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Scott Baio shared some tragic news about his family this week and asked his fans for help.

Scott Baio Makes Devastating Confession About His Wife

Post by Jenny Erikson. Scott Baio shared some sad news with fans this week, as he announced that his lovely wife and the mother of his child is suffering from a brain tumor. Renee Baio is just 42 years old, and doctors don't know if they'll be able to remove the tumor. Show More Summary

Scott Baio's Wife Renee Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Scott Baio and his family could use your prayers and positive thoughts. The 54-year-old actor confirmed his wife, Renee Baio, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. He shared the news with his followers on Facebook Tuesday morning. Just a few days ago we learned my wife, Renee has a meningioma brain tumor. Show More Summary

Scott Baio’s Wife Is Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

Scott Baio‘s wife has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. The Happy Days alum revealed the news in a shocking post on his personal Facebook page. In the emotional post, Scott Baio’s words came across as heartfelt, especially while speaking about his wife Renee’s resilience in the face of something that’s so heartbreaking. Show More Summary

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