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</strong>: Brain tumor is basically characterized by the abnormal or
uncontrolled growth of cells in the brain. The brain tumors occur in
the brain in two different ways – some tumors spread from a cancer
affected part of the body to the brain, while some other tumors start
their growth in the brain itself. Given below are the major symptoms of
brain tumor. Brain Tumor Symptoms</p>
<p>Changes in personality are also observed in people suffering from
brain tumor.</p>
<p>Over exposure to certain harmful chemicals can lead to brain tumor.
Brain Tumor Survival Rate</p>
<p>The brain tumor survival rates depend on various factors, such as the
location of the brain tumor, the size and type of the brain tumor, stage
of the brain tumor and whether the patient is suffering from any other
ailment. The brain tumor survival rates are around eighty percent for
those suffering from oligodendroglioma brain tumor.</p>
<p>Brain cancer remains one of the most incurable forms of cancer, with
an average survival period of one to two years.</p>
<p>Factors Affecting Survival<br> Several factors can influence the five-
year survival rate of cancer patients. These include the size of the
tumor, its location in the brain, the type and severity of the cancer,
the stage of the cancer and the overall health of the patient.</p>
<p>How Survival Rates are Calculated<br> Survival statistics are based on
large numbers of people, and should not be used to predict the survival
of an individual patient.</p>
<p>Five-Year Survival Rate Examples<br> The North American Brain Tumor
Coalition also indicates a survival rate of 35 percent, while stating
that this percentage has changed little in several decades.</p>
<p>Age and Survival<br> A patient's age has much to do with how long he
will survive with brain cancer, as the odds decrease with age. According
to healthline.com, children to the age of 14 have a 73 percent chance of
surviving five years, while the rate drops to 55 percent for young adults
between 15 and 44. Middle-aged patients between 45 and 64 have a 16
percent survival rate, and the elderly have a survival rate of only 5
percent.</p>
<p>Other Facts</p>
<p>Despite the gloomy statistics, it has been shown that a combination of
radiation treatment and chemotherapy can lengthen the life of brain
cancer survivors, and in some cases, even improve the quality of life,
while patients who forgo treatment do not live as long.</p>
<p>The <em>Brain Cancer Survival Rate</em> presented here are based on
the relative survival rate. The overall 5-year relative brain cancer
survival rate for 1995-2001 was 33.3 percent.<br> The 5-year relative
survival rates for brain cancer by race and sex were as follows:</p>
<p>•   32.1 percent for Caucasian men<br> •   33.5 percent
for Caucasian women<br> •   37.7 percent for African-American
men<br> •   37.5 percent for African-American women.</p>
<p>Stage Four <em>Brain Cancer Survival Rate</em> Statistics reveals that
mental stress and negative emotional is responsible for around 85% of
physical disorders. Negative Emotional And Cancer has No Direct
Relation</p>
<p>There is no such direct connection of negative emotional and cancer,
but it has been proven that negative emotional experiences and mental
stress weakens the immunity system. How Negative Emotional Experiences
Effect your Body?</p>
<p>After becoming a cancer patient, the quantity of stress and negative
emotion increases automatically. The negative emotional experiences
interrupt the energy flow in human body. Tips for recovering from
emotional loss</p>
<p>-Effective solution for fighting Negative Emotional</p>
<p>This technique can be used for all types of cancers such as breast
cancer, lung cancer, Bone cancer, brain cancer, cervical cancer and
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