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There are several types of gliomas, both cancerous and noncancerous. For either, a lot of information is coming at you. Let us help you make sense of it. We're your champions from day one through recovery.

This group of tumors affects the largest outermost part of the brain and the lower part of the brain. This can impact parts of the brain that control everything from movement and thinking to balance and optic nerves. About a third of diagnosed brain tumors are gliomas. Your treatment heavily depends on the size, location and type of glioma. We're focused on giving you the best outcome possible.