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Forum Name: Brain Tumors

Question: seizures gradual paralysis tumors which cancer


 Writer101 - Fri Nov 13, 2009 8:23 pm

I'm a writter currently writing a book about a 14 yer old girl with cancer. Her symptomes so far are sporadic seizures, gradual paralysis, clumsiness and possibly spinal or brian tumors. What type of cancer fits best and what are the most likely treatments, complications, survival rates and other symptomes. Thanks!
 Dr.M.Aroon kamath - Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:37 am

User avatar Hi,

Your question is highly complex and therefore needs a LOT of time to formulate an answer.

We do not wish to disappoint any of our guests.

Therefore, i would post my reply in installments in this thread (as and when time permits).

As a writer, you are surely aware that a storyline needs to evolve and needs immense amounts of patience. My answer needs to evolve as well.

Please keep watching (patiently)!

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