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Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.


I`m a doctor of medicine and specialist in radiation therapy and medical oncology. I have a long time experience of these tumours.

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I'm a Doctor of Medicine and specialist in Medical Oncology and Radiation Therapy, educated and trained in Sweden. Now retired. Background in Radiation Therapy, Medical Oncology, Radiation Protection, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, Gynecological Oncology, Clinical Pathology, Clinical Cytology,Hematology and Internal Medicine. M.D. from the faculty of medicine, Royal Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. Have also been an exchange student at the Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem Israel. Former medical consultant, Swedish National Board of Radiation Protection. Former Police Surgeon and Medical Examiner, Stockholm Police Department. Former Chief Medical Officer, The Royal Guards, The Royal Horse Guards and the Royal Household Brigade, Royal Swedish Army Medical Corps. You can also reach me on: . I have no restrictions on the number of questions there. I also answer questions about Oncology (General Cancer), General History, Military History, Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer.


Doctor of medicine, specialist in medical oncology & radiation therapy.

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Recent Answers from Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.

2016-10-20 Glioblastoma multiforme prognosis:

The causes of brain tumors are largely unknown. There is at the moment no reason to think that stress is involved in these cases. And more importantly there is unfortunately no reaso at all to believe

2016-10-15 Glioblastoma multiforme prognosis:

I am sorry to read about his case, since I can not give you any good news. Even with all the treatment he has received his prognosis is hopeless if his diagnosis is correct. You have not told me the grade

2016-08-19 paranoid:

In view of your age and your description of your symptoms a stroke, a TIA or a tumour must be regarded as quite unlikely, especially when your medical history is considered.. However in view of your history

2016-06-27 red bone marrow mass in brain:

Please tell me more abort how this started, what examinations have been done and what was found in more detail in order to be able to answer your questions.          You can also reach me at: http://www

2016-04-20 Tumor:

If you have had it for 6 years without any change until now it most probably is a fatty tumor (lipoma). That it has changed now does not change that evaluation. Since it has grown very rapidly and is now


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