The Neuro-Oncology Program provides expert care for adult patients with primary brain tumors and neurological complications of cancer. Brain tumors are abnormal growths in the brain that can be either cancerous (malignant) of noncancerous (benign). The effects on the brain of malignant and benign brain tumors are very similar and can ause the same types of problems depending upon the type of tumor and where it is located in the brain.
Referrals and Appointments:
Patients with primary brain tumors are offered therapeutic options including standard and experimental treatments. Learn more about the program and how to schedule an appointment by visiting the Brain Cancer and Tumors webpage, part of the UofMHealth.org website.
In addition to clinical care, the Neuro-Oncology Program is involved in research into the causes and treatment of brain tumors. Information is on the Neuro-Oncology Research Web page.
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