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Recurrent Adult Brain tumour

Recurrent adult brain tumour is a tumour that has recurred (come back) after it has been treated. Adult brain Tumours often recur, sometimes many years after the first tumour. The tumour may come back in the brain or in other parts of the body.

Recurrent brain-tumor


Treatment Options for Recurrent Brain Tumours

Treatment of recurrent adult brain Tumours may include the following:

    1. Surgery with or without chemotherapy.
    2. Radiation therapy, if not used during previous treatment, with or without chemotherapy.
    3. Internal radiation therapy.
    4. Chemotherapy.
    5. A clinical trial of new anticancer drugs.
    6. A clinical trial of chemotherapy placed into the brain during surgery.
    7. A clinical trial of biologic therapy.








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