Last year, MD Anderson President John Mendelsohn, M.D., proposed 10 steps that can be taken to ensure cancer deaths decrease more rapidly, the ranks of survivors swell, and an even greater number of cancers are prevented in the first place.
This is the third in a series of posts on key actions outlined by Mendelsohn:
3. Prevent more cancers.
In an ideal world, cancer "care" would begin with risk assessment...
An individual's memory, thinking and/or emotions are often affected by a brain tumor diagnosis and treatment.
The extent of these changes can vary from person to person and may affect the individual's ability to work or go about his or her daily life. A brain tumor can impact your ability to function in various ways.
Your ability to organize thoughts and make decisions may be impaired. You may have difficulty remembering...