Brain Cancer Questions

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  1. What's the relationship between brain cancer and seizures? Do seizures mean brain cancer?

    One possible cause of seizures is cancer in the brain, either a primary brain cancer or cancer from another part of the bady that has metastasized to the brain. It is important to tell your doctor if you have a seizure.
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  2. Why are my husband's dementia and hallucinations at night?

    While many different kinds of cancer spread to other parts of the body, lung cancer is one that spreads to the brain. When this happens, the person may experience headaches, even seizures, and other neurological symptoms such as speech problems, confusion, and quite frequently, hallucinations. A h...
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  3. Is there a best way to have a memorial service before my husband's death?

    This is a beautiful idea, and I applaud you for embracing it. There are no absolute rights or wrongs here, but I have been to a few such events, and can offer only the advice that you already know: Make it a gathering that will have special meaning to your husband. I recall one lovely tribute held f...
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  4. What is the worst type of brain cancer?

    Brain tumors are divided into two different categories, meningiomas and gliomas. Ninety percent of meningiomas are benign. This means that they are not cancerous and surgeons can easily remove them because it is mainly made up of cells that cover the brain. However, sometimes these tumors can grow s...
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  5. What are the signs and symptoms of brain cancer?

    Most common signs are headache, nausea, vomiting followed by seizures. Seizures can be caused by epilepsy, high fevers, stroke, trauma, and other disorders, but these should never be neglected. Hearing ringing or buzzing sounds or complete hearing loss can also be seen. Seizure is the second highest...
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  6. Does brain cancer cause blindness?

    Brain cancer can cause blindness if it is located in the occipital lobe of the brain. Blindness can also be a symptom of a tumor or cancer in another area of the brain. He brain is such a delicate system that any malformation, tumor or cancerous cells invading that space can cause several issues, in...
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