Brain Tumors

Somewhere around 117,000 people will be diagnosed with some form of a brain tumor every year. Depending on the type of tumor that one has, the treatment options can vary. Having knowledge of what a brain tumor is can greatly help obtain peace of mind when deciding what to do if you believe you’re exhibiting any symptoms. Of course, you should always consult your primary care physician immediately if you are suspicious that you may have any impediments regarding your brain. 

What is a brain tumor?

The Central Nervous System consists of the spinal cord and the brain. The brain is the most important organ in the body, it controls and regulates all the body’s functions. That being said, there are multiple parts of the brain and depending on where the tumor is located will dictate which symptoms an individual will experience; the affected region of the brain will also determine potential treatment options. 

A brain tumor can be defined as a group of abnormal cells that have grown in the brain. Tumors can be benign, which means there aren’t any c