A tumour in the brain can be life-threating if it spreads rapidly (known as ‘malignant’), or it can be ‘benign’, meaning it does not spread to other areas of the brain. The symptoms of a brain tumour depend on where the tumour is located in the brain. Sometimes tumours from other body parts can spread to the brain via blood vessels. Drugs, radiotherapy and surgery are used as tools of treatment.
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