brain tumour


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Noun1.brain tumour - a tumor in the brain
neoplasm, tumor, tumour - an abnormal new mass of tissue that serves no purpose
glioblastoma, spongioblastoma - a fast-growing malignant brain tumor composed of spongioblasts; nearly always fatal
glioma - a tumor of the brain consisting of neuroglia
Translations

brain tumour

ntumore m al cervello
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SOLIHULL School will host a West End charity gala in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity, thanks to a caring young pupil.
The charity Brain Tumour Research (BTR) would like to see this change, and is calling for a bigger piece of the cancer research pie, so that adults and children - like fiveyear-old Ashya King, whose parents recently sparked a police hunt after taking him abroad for brain tumour treatment - have more, and better, treatment options in the UK.
A patient undergoes a brain scan, |above, and left, American singer Cheryl Crow who is a brain tumour survivor
A patient undergoes a brain scan, |above, and left, American singer Cheryl Crow who is a brain tumour survivor | A patient undergoes a brain scan, |above, and left, American singer Cheryl Crow who is a brain tumour survivor
The University of Southampton announces a new tissue banking initiative, called the Brain Tumour Archive Network that will unlock thousands of previously hard to access brain tumour samples for researchers throughout the UK.
Washington, Dec 09 ( ANI ): Scientists have identified a mechanism that can help treat brain cancer and a drug that decreases brain tumour growth.
Running for The Brain Tumour Charity, the Serco team was inspired to complete the course for the daughter of employee Mark O'Connor, who sadly passed away less than a year after being diagnosed with the condition.
BRAIN Tumour UK works tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for research so more people can survive brain tumours than ever before.
NICE guidelines (2005), Improving Outcomes in Children and Young People with Cancer, provide a concise summary of the common modes of brain tumour presentation in children and are a useful resource for primary and secondary care health professionals, enabling them to select those for reassurance and others for review or referral using an evidence-based strategy.
ISLAMABAD -- World Brain Tumour Day is observed on June 8, across the world with the aim to get the awareness of the public for this quite unknown disease.
Mark, originally from Bristol, said, "I signed up to RelayGB with a few of my old friends from the Cardiff running club San Domenico because my aunt is being treated for a benign brain tumour at Bristol Hospital.
THE UK's first brain tumour tissue bank was launched in Glasgow yesterday.