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Brain Cancer Symptoms are located below.  Do not despair if you think you have brain cancer symptoms.  There are herbal cures available in Alternative Medicine such as essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine cures include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices.  Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that turn parasitic from a too acid diet.  You can prevent cancer if you change your diet to a more alkaline pH diet; see the links to the left.



Modern medicine offers early detection by looking for lumps and tumors, but it does not offer prevention.  Signs may not be visible until damage has been done.  You can find the cause of cancer in Alternative Medicine, which also provides the knowledge to prevent it based on monitoring urine pH and watching your diet.  It really is that simple.

There are two types of brain tumors:  Primary brain tumors originate in the brain; secondary (metastatic) brain tumors originate from cancer cells that migrate to the brain from other parts of the body.  Primary brain tumors may be cancerous or non-cancerous.  Death results from uncontrolled cancerous growth in the limited space of the skull.  Both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors can cause symptoms due to taking up space in the skull.  Primary brain cancer accounts for about 2% of cancer deaths in the U.S., while secondary brain cancer accounts for about 20% of deaths.

Brain Cancer Symptoms
Symptoms depend on where the tumor is located.  As tumors grow, they can compress brain tissue.

If a tumor blocks the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and the fluid accumulates, that is called hydrocephalus and results in increased cranial pressure.  Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and headaches.

If the tumor is in the frontal lobe, symptoms may include:

Reduced mental capacity, judgment, and memory loss.

• Emotional and behavioral changes.

• Reduced sense of smell.

• Paralysis of one side of the body.

• Loss of vision, and inflammation of the optic nerve.


If the tumor is in the parietal lobe, symptoms may include:

• Reduced ability to speak.

• Reduced ability to write.

• Unable to recognize.

• Seizures.

• Spatial disorientation.


If the tumor is in the occipital lobe, symptoms may include:

Vision loss in one or both eyes.

• Seizures


If the tumor is in the temporal lobe, there may be no symptoms, but some experience:

• Impaired speech.

• Seizures.


If the tumor is in the brain stem, symptoms may include:

• Emotional and behavioral changes.

• Difficulty in speaking.

• Difficulty in swallowing.

• Drowsiness.

• Headache.

• Hearing loss.

• Weakness of muscles in the face which result in tilting or a crooked smile, or one side of the body which results in unnatural gait.

• Loss of vision, drooping eyelids, or crossed eyes.

• Vomiting.


If the tumor is in the meninges, depending on which area of the brain is compressed, symptoms can include:

• Mental and emotional changes.

• Drowsiness.


• Hearing loss.

• Difficulty in speaking.

• Incontinence.

• Seizures.

• Loss of vision.


If the tumor is in the pituitary gland, the secretion of hormones may increase, resulting in discontinuation of menstruation and excess milk in women.  Men may experience impotence.

Metastatic brain cancer may invade any part of the brain, with various symptoms.


Wouldn't you prefer to learn the cause of cancer and how to prevent it?  See the links to the left.  There you will also find herbal and electromedicine cancer cures.

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