The study at King’s College London listed the early symptoms of brain cancer, writes PLOS One magazine.
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Cancer of the brain – causes It arises due to abnormal cell division, which, prior to regeneration, were normal components of the brain tissue itself, lymphatic tissue, blood vessels, cranial nerves, brain membranes, skull, pituitary gland and epiphysis.
Brain cancer patients listed symptoms that they did not take seriously at the onset of the illness:
• memory problems
• tendency to loss of balance,
• blurred vision
* complicated speech ("stray language"),
• increased fatigue.
One of the symptoms of brain cancer is fatigue.
Usually, most people associated these symptoms with the natural aging of the body and were in no hurry to go to the doctors. Most of the participants went to the doctors after they had suspected a stroke or dementia.
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