Overcoming Isolation with Information

Although brain tumors and brain cancer continues to impact thousands of people each year, this disease can still feel incredibly isolating. As more awareness is built surrounding this disease, it allows patients, survivors, caregivers, and their loved ones to find a community to support them.

“We should be aggressive in how we treat these patients and making patients feel like they are not alone.”

Dr. Edward Pan | UT Southwestern

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