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I'm An Obsessive Hypochondriac And My Worst Case Scenario Came True When My Dad Died Of An Undiagnosed Brain Tumor

12 hours agoLifestyle : xoJane

I sat at the kitchen computer in my school uniform, trying—and-failing—to ignore the telltale sound of my dad’s slow shuffling as he ambled towards the fruit basket and picked up a small orange. I hated myself for this then (and I despise myself even more now) but being surrounded by his... Continue reading

The Photos of This Newborn Baby With an Inoperable Brain Tumor Will Leave You Heartbroken

When Erika Jones was nearing the end of her pregnancy, she never expected to be taking family photos at home with her new baby. And not because, at 18 weeks, they'd been hit with devastating news that their unborn child was diagnosed with Down syndrome. Show More Summary

$2 Million Gift to Spur Research into Brain Tumors at Children's Hospital Los Angeles

A life-changing event for a Los Angeles family has resulted in their funding an endowment to support The Kort Family Foundation Brain and Spinal Cord Tumor Research Program in the Division of Neurosurgery at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

WWE's Daniel Bryan supports pediatric cancer awareness with sweet dance moves

Braylon Beam, a 6-year-old living with a brain tumor, started a #JustKeepDancing campaign to raise awareness for and keep positive while battling Pediatric Cancer. He's received a good amount of support from Ellen DeGeneres and others. Show More Summary

Ailing Baritone Will Return to the Met

The baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who is being treated for a brain tumor, will return to the stage for three upcoming Met performances of Verdi's "Il Trovatore."

How Can You Have a Brain Tumor for Eight Years and Be Fine?

Sue Perkins, the Great British Bake Off presenter, has shown how it is possible to live with a brain tumor.

Young Bears fan hates the Packers so much that he named his tumor ‘Aaron Rodgers’

Miguel Reyes is a 14-year-old from Elkhart, Ind., who’s battling brain cancer. He’s also an avid Chicago Bears fan. And so he’s combined the two things he hates most in life — the tumor in his head and the Green Bay Packers — in the hopes that he can beat this thing. You see, Miguel […]

Researchers develop a likely new combo treatment for the deadliest form of brain cancer

Scientists have developed a potentially promising new combination therapy for glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer. Glioblastoma, also known as grade IV glioma, is the most aggressive primary brain tumor in humans. Approximately 23,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with glioblastoma (GBM) every year.

Our Food Safety System Needs a Fully Funded FSMA

Lung cancer and a brain tumor didn’t kill my mother — Salmonella-contaminated peanut butter did. My friends and family mourned her passing, but we resolved to try to fix the system that ultimately allowed irresponsible food manufacturers to ship tainted peanut products nationwide, sickening more than 700 people and killing nine. In February 2009, I testified... Continue Reading

Bears Fan Names Brain Tumor 'Aaron Rodgers' So He Can Beat It

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Indiana teenager Miguel Reyes was diagnosed with a brain tumor last year, but he's got a sound strategy to beat it: Name the sucker "Aaron Rodgers."  Reyes, 14, is a diehard Chicago Bears fan, so he decided to start calling his tumor...Show More Summary

14-year-old Bears fan names brain tumor 'Aaron Rodgers'

14-year-old “Mighty” Miguel Reyes, a diehard Chicago Bears fan, was diagnosed with cancer in 2014. One of Reyes’ teachers, (...)

Young Bears Fan Battling Brain Cancer Names Tumor After Aaron Rodgers

You have to give Miguel Reyes credit. He doesn't cop out of a scrap. Miguel, a 14-year-old Chicago Bears fan who was diagnosed with stage 3 brain cancer in 2014, could've left the tumor nameless or called it something weak and helpless...Show More Summary

Cuse star Pearl Washington has malignant brain tumor: report

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Dwayne (Pearl) Washington, the Brooklyn hoops phenom who later starred at Syracuse University, has a malignant brain tumor.

Christian Pastor: A Woman Gave Me Money and Her Baby’s Brain Tumors Disappeared

When John Oliver was exposing faith-based fraud last week, he didn't mention Pastor Rod Parsley. But if he saw this clip, maybe he would have.In it, Parsley explains how an unnamed woman was pregnant with a fetus that "had more tumors in its brain than the doctors could even count." She then decided to give Parsley money.Guess how that turned out?

Televangelist Rod Parsley: ‘Precious woman’ gave me money — and God cured her baby’s brain tumors

last weekNews : The Raw Story

An Ohio televangelist said God cured a woman’s baby of brain tumors after she gave him an envelope full of cash. Rod Parsley, senior pastor of World Harvest Church in Columbus, described the encounter with a “precious woman” at a church service in Richmond, Virginia, during a...

Medical News Today: Laser probe and smart knife 'improve accuracy of removing brain tumors'

Two technologies - a laser probe and an iKnife - are set to revolutionize delicate brain surgery by distinguishing cancerous from healthy tissue as it is being performed.

Pearl Washington to Have Surgery for a Brain Tumor

Dwayne “Pearl” Washington, a dazzling ballhandler who played three seasons in the NBA in the late 1980s, is scheduled to undergo surgery to treat a brain tumor. The tumor was The post Pearl Washington to Have Surgery for a Brain Tumor appeared first on SLAMonline.

The Medical Minute: When Cancer Makes Its Way to the Brain

Only half of brain cancers actually start in the brain. The rest - as in the case of former president Jimmy Carter - are metastatic tumors from cancer that originated elsewhere in the body.

Syracuse legend to undergo surgery on a brain tumor this week

'Pearl' Washington is battling a relapse of a tumor he had surgery on two decades ago.

How Doctors Cured This Woman’s Brain Cancer

2 weeks agoHealth : Healthland

Earlier this year, TIME explored the promise of precision medicine in treating cancer patients. We featured one woman who was taking a drug typically used for melanoma to treat her brain tumor. Here’s an update on how she’s doing

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