New Delhi. In today’s time, due to poor lifestyle, they become victims of many diseases related to kidney, lungs, heart. One of them is brain tumor. World Brain Tumor Day 2021 is observed every year on 8 June. This tumor occurs in the cells of the brain. When cells in the brain begin to grow in an uncontrolled way or freeze, then a brain tumor can prove to be fatal. It is counted among the most deadly diseases. The purpose behind celebrating this day is to make people aware about brain tumor. Medical experts believe that ten out of one lakh people die every day due to brain tumours.
What is brain tumor:-
A sudden growth of abnormal cells in the brain is called a brain tumor. There are many types of brain tumors. In this, a cluster of cells is formed in a particular part of the brain. Sometimes it turns into a cancerous lump. Brain tumor should never be taken lightly. It is very important to have this information at the right time.
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symptoms of brain tumor:-
– severe headache upon waking up in the morning
– Sudden fainting.
– Blurred vision.
– Difficulty speaking.
– Being more tired.
– Weak memory.
– Suddenly started staggering while walking.
Sudden loss of sensation of any kind in the body.
– Feeling of muscle cramps.
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Treatment of brain tumor:-
The treatment of brain tumor has to take special care of some things. This is done by looking at the type, location, size of the tumor, how much it has spread, how abnormal the cells are, etc. It is treated as follows.
– radiation therapy
micro endoscopic spine surgery
– Radio surgery
– Target drug therapy
History of World Brain Tumor Day:-
World Brain Tumor Day is celebrated on 8 June every year since the year 2000. The day was first organized in Germany by the German Brain Tumor Association (Deutsche Hirntumorhilfe e.V.). It is a non-profit organization to spread education and public awareness among people about brain tumours. In Germany alone, more than eight thousand people are suffering from this disease. Brain tumor is increasing in India too.
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