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How do I manage my brain cancer on a daily basis?

Managing brain cancer usually involves several weeks of radiation treatments and possibly chemotherapy medications. Both can cause side effects, including headaches, nausea, and vomiting. If your surgeon places radioactive implants in the tumor, you will emit radiation, so you may need to follow certain precautions. You may need speech, physical, or other rehabilitation, depending on the part of your brain affected by the tumor.

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