Queens-based tumor patient Sara Beltran Hernandez won't be deported this month as previously planned.
Kate Walsh might be best known for playing a doctor on TV, but that doesn’t mean she was prepared to face a health crisis of her own.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Kate Walsh revealed to "Cosmopolitan" this week that she had a benign brain tumor the size of a lemon removed from her left frontal lobe.
Kate Walsh has played a doctor on television for years, but in 2015, real-life doctors saved her life after she received this shocking diagnosis.
Kate Walsh leaves the Today show studios after speaking out about her benign brain tumor back in 2015. “I was exhausted. But I’d just wrapped a show, Bad Judge, and I was starring in it and executive producing, so it wasn’t unheard of to be totally exhausted. So I thought I just really burned myself [...]
Kate Walsh was diagnosed with and had surgery to remove a "sizable brain tumor," the actress reveals in a new interview with Cosmopolitan. Read more...
Kate Walsh has opened up about a topic both personal and frightening: She was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. The actress - who rose to fame as Addison Montgomery on Grey's Anatomy and who then starred on the spinoff Private Practice...Show More Summary
Though Kate Walsh spent years playing a doctor on TV, her most urgent medical advice comes from her own experience. In an interview with Cosmopolitan, the former Private Practice star discussed how she was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2015, which was found to be benign and was removed ... More »
In a chilling tell-all interview with Cosmopolitan, Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh admitted that she battled a massive brain tumor in 2015! The actress, 49, who plays an absolute boss on TV claimed she was terrified when doctors first notified her of her condition. “The words “brain tumor” were never in my zeitgeist. I went Read More
Kate Walsh knows quite a bit about brain tumors — and it isn't from her time playing a TV doctor. On Monday, the Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice alum revealed that she had a brain tumor removed back in 2015. WHAT??? Related: Kate Reveals Why She's Not Having Kids Apparently, back in early 2015, Miz Walsh was struggling [...]
After playing Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery on Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice, Kate Walsh soon found herself on the operating table with a serious health scare. The actress revealed that she was diagnosed with a lemon-sized brain tumor in 2015. Show More Summary
“I played a real badass on TV, but when it comes to being a patient it’s such a vulnerable experience.”
Listen to your body!
Kate Walsh is revealing that over two years ago, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which thankfully was not cancerous and she’s been on the mend. The 49-year-old actress was diagnosed with “a meningioma the size of a lemon” and had surgery to remove the tumor. “My pilates instructor said ‘hey, your right side [...]
The largest genomic profiling study ever conducted into a type of brain tumor known as glioma in children has identified genetic alterations in 96% of cases. As reported in The Oncologist, this genetic information could help to identify...Show More Summary
(Wiley) The largest genomic profiling study ever conducted into a type of brain tumor known as glioma in children has identified genetic alterations in 96% of cases. As reported in The Oncologist, this genetic information could helpShow More Summary
(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) A year and half after losing his battle against brain cancer, Chad Carr's legacy lives through research that will help other children facing the same cruel disease.
"Following the advice of his doctors, Senator McCain will continue to receive targeted radiation and chemotherapy treatments at NIH while maintaining a regular work schedule in the United States Senate."