Brain cancer is a malignant brain tumor that can spread rapidly to other parts of the brain and spine. Please note, not all brain tumors are malignant and can be categorized as cancer. There is also a benign brain tumor. Benign brain tumor is a group of brain cells that grow slowly and
Brain Cancer’s Definitions and Treatments
In this therapy, a light-sensitive drug is inserted into the vein and absorbed the remaining cancer cells. When a laser beam is directed at cancer cells, this drug will be active and kill the cancer cells. To reduce the risk so that the tumor will not come back after surgical removal of the primary tumor, the tumor will be treated with radiotherapy or chemotherapy, or it could be a combination of both. While in secondary brain cancer, treatment benefits only to relieve symptoms and prolong life only. Because the small chance for patients to recover fully, particularly tumors or cancers that have already spread to other body parts.