Published in Cancer Weekly, April 8th, 2003
"Surgical resection, often the major treatment modality in other cancers, is unavailable for many patients and also can cause neurologic morbidity. Furthermore, slight growth of a brain metastasis can kill patients by compressing normal brain against a nonexpansible skull, herniating the intracranial contents across compartmental precincts," stated A.B. Lassman and coauthors, Memorial Sloan-Kettering...
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