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Brain tumor removal: how it is performed, its success rates, and its cost

The surgical removal of benign or malignant brain tumors are delicate surgeries that require great accuracy in order to reduce any complications that may affect the brain and preserve patients’ life. Not all types of tumors are considered cancer, but tumors are divided into two main types. Benign brain tumor which is a mass that grows slowly in place and does not have the ability to migrate to other places in the body and malignant brain tumor that appears when abnormal cells grow and multiply rapidly, which leads to the growth of a cancerous mass that puts pressure on the surrounding tissues, and the functions of those tissues are negatively affected.

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