It’s not exactly clear what causes brain tumors to develop, but some people may be at a higher risk. Factors that may increase your risk of developing a brain tumor include exposure to ionizing radiation (e.g. radiation therapy, especially to the head; atomic disasters) and family history of brain tumors.
If you have any unexplained signs and symptoms such as those listed above (especially neurological ones), see your doctor as soon as you can. Don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment!
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