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  1. Information about whether or not a person should stop smoking after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.…

  2. Information about childhood cancers, including types, causes, treatment, how often they’re cured and where to find support.…

  3. This page has information about research into cannabis as a treatment for brain tumours.…

  4. Primitive neuroectodermal tumours (PNET) are tumours that develop from cells left over in the body from the early development of the nervous system.…

  5. Chordomas are very rare cancers that develop from cells left over from the formation of the spine. They most often occur in the brain or spinal cord but can also occur in other parts of the body.…

  6. Telomerase treatments are in very early phase trials so are still considered experimental treatments.…

  7. This page has information about pleomorphic xanthroastrocytoma.…

  8. Grade IV astrocytoma tumours in the brain stem area are very difficult to treat. They are fast growing tumours that tend to spread into other areas of the brain tissue.…

  9. Lung cancer can come back some time after treatment because cells may have spread in the bloodstreamn or lymph system to other parts of the body.…

  10. This page is about trials looking into a new drug called cediranib.…

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