Angie Manser

Angie Manser

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September is the time to be more aware

September is the time to be more aware

If you can please go

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Fact # 15: A brain tumor begins when normal cells in the brain change and grow uncontrollably, forming a mass. A tumor can be benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). In general, primary CNS tumors do not spread outside of the CNS. Malignant brain tumors are further classified using a grade: low, intermediate, or high.

Fact # 15: A brain tumor begins when normal cells in the brain change and grow uncontrollably, forming a mass. A tumor can be benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). In general, primary CNS tumors do not spread outside of the CNS. Malignant brain tumors are further classified using a grade: low, intermediate, or high.

Fact # 14: Long-term brain and nervous system problems may result from the tumor itself, or from treatment. Children may have problems with attention, concentration, memory, processing information, planning, insight, or desire to do things, and the ability to stay organized and on-task. Children younger than age 7 (especially those younger than age 3) appear to have the greatest risk for these problems.  Parents need to make sure that children receive needed support services at home and…

Fact # 14: Long-term brain and nervous system problems may result from the tumor itself, or from treatment. Children may have problems with attention, concentration, memory, processing information, planning, insight, or desire to do things, and the ability to stay organized and on-task. Children younger than age 7 (especially those younger than age 3) appear to have the greatest risk for these problems. Parents need to make sure that children receive needed support services at home and…