Brain and Spinal Cord Cancer

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Most primary cancers of the central nervous system are defined according to the type of cells from which they arise. The most common primary brain tumors in adults are malignant gliomas, which arise from supportive tissues in the brain, and meningiomas, nonmalignant tumors that arise from the membranes that line the skull and enclose the brain. Full story here..

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