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Undiagnosed brain tumour put down to stress

A 36 year old woman was suffering from headaches, illness and concentration problems for more than a decade. Doctors told her it was stress related. Eventually a doctor noticed her dilated pupils and a CAT-scan revealed a brain tumour. It's partial removal and chemo treatment left her with short-term memory loss and radiation prevents further tumour growth.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Daily Item

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About: Undiagnosed brain tumour put down to stress

Date: 22 April 2004

Source: The Daily Item

Author: Jack Butterworth


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