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Magnesium & Brain Cancer

In the United States, brain cancer affects every 15 to 20 people out of 100,000, according to Health Communities, a health resource site. Magnesium's role in maintaining normal bodily functions enables healthy cell regeneration processes.…

Reflex Testing Symptoms of a Brain Tumor

Reflex tests are part of the neurological examination given by a doctor when checking for a brain tumor. Doctors use various reflex tests to determine whether the nerve pathways traveling to the brain from elsewhere in the body are damaged.…

The Function of a Neutron

A neutron is a particle and one of three main components in an atom, the other two being protons and electrons. Neutrons are, as the name suggests, neutrally charged particles. Protons are decidedly charged and electrons are contrarily…

Lesion on Temporal Lobe Effects

The effects of lesions on the temporal lobe of the brain are varied. This area of the brain controls much of a person's ability to recall memories, process language and interpret images. Those living with someone with such a disease…

The Prognosis for Untreated Glioblastoma

Glioblastoma is a fast-growing cancer of the glial cells. Glia are the cells that provide the structural support for the nerve cells that are at the center of the brain. Symptoms usually show up only when the tumor has grown large enough…

Vitamins for Brain Cancer

Senator Edward Kennedy, columnist Robert Novak, and cookbook author Sheila Lukins all succumbed to brain cancer. Malignant brain tumors occur slightly more in men than women, with a rate of 4.5 cases in 100,000 people. Tumors can be…