I`m a doctor of medicine and specialist in radiation therapy and medical oncology. I have a long time experience of these tumours.
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: http://www.lifestylerescue.com/expert/health-fitness-advice/dr-claes-gustaf/128 . 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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No, you are probably right. It may come from the base of your skull or your neck. But without an examination I can not say more. Let a doctor (neurologist, neurosurgeon or orthopedic surgeon) check you!
Dear Annie! ALL CT scans deliver high radiation doses to the patient! That includes ALL patients including myself (yes I have had CT scans, they were necessary in spite of the radiation they delivered
Unfortunately not much. He has a stage 4 malignant melanoma that has spread to his brain. That is about as bad as it can get. There are some new chemotherapy agents that has some effect on this and also
Unfortunately it may be the tumour returning, but it may also be postoperative scars. They may appear late. There is no way to tell what it is at present. Only time will tell. I suppose he was also given
No, if it has spread to there from her lungs it is a lung cancer that has spread to her central nervous system which is very bad! In this situation grade is not important. We already know it is aggressive