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What are symptoms of central nervous system embryonal tumors?

Symptoms of central nervous system embryonal tumors vary from child to child. They depend on age and the location of the tumor. These include nausea followed by vomiting, changes in weight, loss of balance, slurred speech, changes in sleeping patterns, and weakness, especially on one side of the face. Talk to your child's doctor if any these problems occur.

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