Brain Tumour Magazine 2016/17

A global web-based registry for rare pediatric brain tumours

CLINICIANS have long been challenged by the treatment of malignant childhood brain tumours. Many of these diseases are only seen three to four times a year even in the busiest of brain tumour centres in the world which deal with over one hundred children with brain tumours annually.

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So much has been taken from me, but dance remains

When 18-year-old Anna Mott was diagnosed with a rare pineoblastoma brain tumor, the ballerina thought she had lost everything. The tumor left Anna blind and unable to walk. But thanks to her incredible determination, and the love and support of her family, Anna is now dancing again, joyfully and courageously.

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