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How do central nervous system embryonal tumors affect the body?

Central nervous system embryonal tumors form in the brain cells during fetal development. There are six different types of these tumors. Each type develops in brain cells that affect different parts of the body. Therefore, nervous system embryonal tumors can affect anything from motor skills and sleep patterns to thinking ability and speech.

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