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Meningioma Tumors

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Have you recently been diagnosed with a meningioma brain tumor and not sure of the next step? Let us help. We've got a talented team of brain and spine tumor specialists and a team of support in your corner. We'll work directly with your primary care doctor to keep all of us moving toward your recovery together.

Meningioma tumors grow in the layers of tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord. Although usually noncancerous, they can still cause neurological problems. In fact, these tumors appear more often than cancerous brain tumors. Surgery may be necessary. However, your doctor may recommend only observation as treatment. If observation is your plan, be sure to report any new symptoms immediately.