Symptoms of Brain Cancer

Headaches, balance problems, seizures, nausea, vomiting, vision or hearing problems, weakness in arm or leg, speech problems, and personality changes are some of the symptoms of brain cancer. Dr. Yazmin Odia, Lead Physician of Medical Neurologic Oncology with Miami Cancer Institute, says for brain cancers stages are not as relevant for primary tumors, but they are aggressive by nature and they can't be cured by surgery. "Unfortunately, brain cancer patients tend to have the worst outcomes."

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