Northwestern Medicine scientists have found a molecule that stops the growth of an aggressive pediatric brain tumor. The tumor is always fatal and primarily strikes children under 10 years old.
Sara Beltran-Hernandez, a 26-year-old mother-of-two, was awaiting an emergency surgery for a brain tumor this week — but was instead forcibly moved by federal agents from the hospital to a detention center following Donald Trump's immigration ban. A little background: Beltran-Hernandez was seeking asylum in the United States as a victim of domestic abuse in El [...]
Sara Beltran-Hernandez, an undocumented woman with a brain tumor, is currently being held at a Texas detention center.
(Massachusetts General Hospital) Massachusetts General Hospital researchers have identified a mechanism that controls the expression of genes regulating the growth of the most aggressive form of medulloblastoma, the most common pediatric brain tumor.
Amnesty International USA has launched a campaign urging Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release Sara Beltran-Hernandez, an undocumented immigrant with a brain tumor. The 26-year-old mother of two was removed from a hospital in Forth Worth, Texas, Wednesday night and put back in detainment, where she had previously been for 15 months. Show More Summary
Sara Beltran Hernandez, 26, has a brain tumor and her attorneys are seeking a humanitarian parole
A Salvadoran woman whose was diagnosed with a brain tumor was removed from a Dallas-area hospital and returned to a Texas detention center,...
A critically ill woman from El Salvador who was awaiting emergency surgery for a brain tumor was forcibly moved from a Texas hospital to a detention center by federal agents, raising concerns about President Trump’s directive to more aggressively pursue people living in the country illegally. Sara...
Immigration and Customs Enforcement continues to demonstrate their willingness to attack vulnerable populations today as they removed an undocumented immigrant diagnosed with a brain tumor from the hospital.
A law office representing the undocumented patient told International Business Times she remained held in a detention center Thursday afternoon.
The woman's lawyers said customs officials "tied her hands and ankles" and refused to let her speak to family members.
A critically ill El Salvador woman awaiting emergency surgery for a brain tumor was forcibly moved from a Texas hospital to a detention center by federal agents, raising concerns about President Trump’s directive to more aggressively pursue people living in the country illegally. Sara Beltran-Hernandez,...
A legal representative says the woman's hands and ankles were tied, despite her condition. Less than a week after reports surfaced that an undocumented immigrant in El Paso, Texas, was detained after claiming to be a victim of domestic...Show More Summary
Just when you thought Trump’s immigration enforcement and deportation plans couldn’t get any worse or be any less humane—they actually do. Yesterday in Texas, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) removed an undocumented woman with a brain tumor from the hospital to take her back to the detention center where she was once being held. Show More Summary
An undocumented woman from El Salvador awaiting brain surgery to remove a tumor was taken from a Texas hospital and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Wednesday night, her legal team says. Sara Beltran-Hernandez,Show More Summary
Almost anyone can be targeted – even a young woman hospitalized with a brain tumor.
"She told us they tied her hands and ankles in her condition," the woman's lawyer said.
Sara was locked up by ICE after her asylum claim was rejected by an immigration judge. Then she got sick.
A superfluid, which resembles brain tissue, makes ultrasound images easier to interpret during an operation. This will make it easier for surgeons to remove brain tumors more accurately, say researchers.
Anthony Young told Sports Talk Radio 1240 WGBB on Long Island that the tumor has shrunk after months of radiation and chemotherapy