Brain cancer is a mass or abnormal growth of cells which occur in the brain.
Good Morning class today we are learning about brain cancer!
The scientific name that tumors are called is gliomas. The glioma Is the origin of a brain tumor , it has been discovered that it starts off as neural cells in the brain but then transmute into cancer cells which then develop into glioma.
oh im so sorry to hear that but yes of course you can come up to the board if you would like..
Yes Victor what's up?
I actually have recently been diagnosed with brain cancer and I have learned lots about it so if you would like I could talk about it.
So no one knows how I got the tumor since the doctors told me there is no way to know how except if you smoke or take drugs. Like other people I have symptoms which is why I miss school a lot, some symptoms are headaches, dizziness, fatigue, muscular effects, nausea, seizures, sleepiness, and blurred vision. So as you can tell it is pretty bad.
Good question Cintia, brain cancer affects the nervous system which is responsible for the control of the body and communication among its parts.
Which body system does the tumor affect and what are its functions?
My nervous system gets affected by loosing some of its functions and giving me lots of symptoms. This tumor causes my brain to be mostly affected, the brain's functions are that it controls our memory, speech, thoughts and functions of our organs.