Brain tumors and you. What this neurosurgeon wants you to know

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Earlier this month, anchor and former NFL star Michael Strahan announced on “Good Morning America,” that his 19-year-old daughter has been undergoing treatment for a brain tumor.

Several other notable celebrities have been public with their own brain tumor diagnoses over the years, using their platforms to raise awareness. Sen. John McCain famously battled glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Actress Shannen Doherty recently disclosed she was dealing with metastatic brain tumors from her breast cancer and Sheryl Crow, the Grammy-winning singer, had a benign brain tumor removed. These public figures, who courageously chose to share their experiences, not only humanize the struggle with brain tumors but also emphasize the importance of early detection.

Brain tumors can be a daunting health concern, impacting people across all walks of life.

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