Senator McCain’s Newly Diagnosed Brain Tumor Brings Spotlight on Glioblastoma
AANS Website Provides Information for the Public on Glioblastoma and other Neurosurgical Conditions
News that U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) has been diagnosed with a primary brain tumor known as a glioblastoma has heightened the public’s interest in learning more about this aggressive form of brain cancer. The American Association of Neurological Surgeon’s (AANS) website features a patient section, which includes information about many neurosurgical conditions, including glioblastoma. The information is written and edited by neurosurgeons who donate their time to keep free, accurate and easily accessed information available to the public.
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