As anyone who wasn't living under a rock knows nowadays, Senator Ted Kennedy, the 'Lion from the Senate', died earlier this Tuesday, August 25th, of complications due to a brain tumor.  As I write this, the funeral has taken place not far from where I live, with the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Boston.  Needless to express, it's an end associated with an era.

According to caninecancer.com, cancer is referred to as uncontrolled cells that could form within or on the human body. It can be localized or spread throughout the entire body, especially when not caught ongoing. Most cancers can't be prevented because the causes are unknown apart from a cancers of the breast in pets, prevented through spaying your four-legged friend. Cancer within your dog may appear inside gastrointestinal tract, onto the skin, around the brain, inside kidneys, bladder and bones.

About 5% of patients identified as having these cancers develop LC. Clinical indicators include headache, pain, incontinence, difficulty walking, behavioral, memory, or sensory problems, and/or seizures. CT scans and MRIs can also indicate LC. Oncologists usually have a look at a contrast-enhanced MRI and directly examine cerebrospinal fluid cells from the 3 major lumbar punctures (spinal taps--Valerie had three), or biopsy the leptomeninges, to ensure diagnosing.

There are many reason responsible behind nausea and vomiting. Some of the main common factors that cause nausea and vomiting are viral infections, medications, seasickness or motion sickness, headaches, morning sickness when pregnant, food poisoning, food allergies, brain tumors, chemotherapy in cancer patients, bulimia, Alcoholism and peptic ulcer inside stomach outlet.

According to Saint Thomas Health, "In 2012, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the 1st drug designed for kids with brain tumors. Everolimus (Afinitor Disperz) is really a pediatric dosage drug utilized to treat the rare brain tumor called subependymal giant cell astrocytoma (SEGA)."

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