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The symptoms of brain tumours are as follows
-blurring of vision
-weakness of hands and /or legs
-numbness or pins/needles sensation
-speech disturbances etc.
As you can see, all these are common symptoms and can be associated with many non-serious medical conditions as well. Hence it is always better to meet a doctor in case of any medical condition.
Brain tumours can be treated with surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy or a combination of these based on the type and location of tumour in the brain.
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