Malignant brain tumours can be considered one of the deadliest type of cancers to exist. The reason being is because many tumours of the brain are hard to operate on and it being cancer makes it worse.
Having a tumour in the brain of any kind, malignant or not, can affect an individual. It interferes with their brain operations and bodily functions.
Brain Cancer is one of the many cancers that doesn’t get as much recognition as others that include breast, colon and lung cancer.
It’s estimated that 55,000 Canadians are currently surviving with a brain tumour. And that’s only Canadians, imagine how many others around the world are in the same situation.
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