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Articles related to Brain Cancer

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Five Questions With: Jay Pittman, Founder of the Golfers vs. Brain Cancer Golf Tournament

Jay Pittman and his friends started a golf tournament to not only honor his wife​ Melissa’s memory but also raise money for brain cancer research at Moffitt Cancer Center. Read More


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Sen. John McCain's Next Courageous Battle: Brain Cancer

Sen. John McCain has been diagnosed with primary glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer. The tumor was discovered during surgery to remove a blood clot above his eye. Read More


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Vertigo – Should You Be Concerned?

Vertigo is an unsettling feeling that the world is spinning around you while you’re standing still. Sometimes accompanied by nausea, this sensation can occur as you turn your head or change body positions. Read More


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Infographic: 8 Warning Signs of a Brain Tumor

Although many symptoms – such as headaches and fatigue - may be attributed to less serious conditions, it’s still important to discuss them with a doctor to rule out a potential brain tumor. Read More


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When Are Headaches Dangerous?

Even though headaches can cause mild to severe discomfort and sometimes interfere with daily activities, most occurrences are not a cause for alarm. Read More


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Brain Tumor Awareness Month-Protect Yourself by Knowing What to Look For

More than 20,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with brain and spinal cord tumors each year. Like any other form of cancer, brain cancer that is detected early – before it has a chance to grow and spread – is more likely to be treated successfully. Read More


COMMUNITY OF COURAGE

STORIES TO INSPIRE YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CANCER