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The Miami Neuroscience Center at Larkin ofrece esperanza a los diagnosticados con tumores cerebrales
Date:3/20/2013

MIAMI, 20 de marzo de 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Un estudio reciente de la Asociación de Tumores Cerebrales de Estados Unidos reveló que los tumores específicos del cerebro son más frecuentes entre los niños y adultos mayores. Los tumores cerebrales metastásicos –los que comienzan como cáncer en otras partes del cuerpo y llegan al cerebro- son más comunes entre los adultos que entre los niños. Las noticias de que Valerie Harper , un icono de la televisión, le diagnosticaron un cáncer del cerebro poco común, ha renovado el interés en el devastador diagnóstico. Comprender los síntomas y qué hacer si a usted o a un ser querido le diagnostican cáncer del cerebro puede marcar la diferencia en la batalla contra la difícil enfermedad.

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El Dr. Aizik L. Wolf , Director Médico del Miami Neuroscience Center at Larkin, dice que es importante comprender que la esperanza no está perdida en la mayoría de los casos. "Cuando las personas escuchan el diagnóstico, muchos creen que no se puede hacer nada. Es un diagnóstico aterrador y veo a muchos pacientes a quienes les han dicho que sólo les quedan meses de vida. De hecho, tenemos procedimientos revolucionarios combinados con tecnología de punta que son efectivos", afirma el aclamado neurocirujano, que ha realizado más de 7000 intervenciones con el Gamma Knife®. El Gamma Knife® es una herramienta no invasiva y precisa que se usa para tratar los tumores cerebrales, muchos de los cuales son complejos o de otra manera se consideran inoperables, junto con otros desórdenes cerebrales.

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