For many people, receiving a brain tumor diagnosis brings about immediate devastation. Upon the news, emotions often run high with one concern rising after another with increasing intensity. But, for Dorothy Anne Bagabuyo, fondly called Dot by her family and friends, the experience was a bit different. Dot, 36, is as busy as mompreneurs can be. […]
When abnormal cells cluster in the brain, it could form tumors. They can either be noncancerous (benign) or cancerous (malignant). Find fact-based information on all types of tumors, here.