Oncology & Cancer Case Reports

ISSN - 2471-8556

Recurrent Glioblastoma Innovations

Recurrent glioblastoma is a possibility that oncologists – and patients – must keep in mind during and after an initial course of treatment. Because it can be difficult to completely remove a tumor during surgery, there is always a possibility that the cancer might come back after a period of remission. As a result, survivors are typically scheduled for follow-up appointments and surveillance imaging every few months after the completion of their initial treatments. Glioblastoma can come back anywhere in the brain or spinal cord. However, most recurrences are found near the site of the original tumor.

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