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  1. Gliadel wafers are a way of giving chemotherapy into the area of a brain tumour during surgery to remove the tumour. The wafers release a chemotherapy drug called carmustine over about 2 to 3 weeks.…

  2. Glioblastoma multiforme is another name for astrocytoma grade 4. It is also known as grade 4 glioma. This is a quickly growing (high grade) type of brain tumour.…

  3. Researchers have looked into suggestions that working in an office could increase the risk of cancer. They have not so far found any links.…

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

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

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

  7. Cyberknife is a type of precisely targeted radiotherapy treatment. It can be used for brain tumours or for tumours elsewhere in the body.…

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

  9. Are mood changes and confusion likely to be caused by a brain tumour or by medicines used to treat or control it?…

  10. 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.…

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