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Cancer.Net includes many other sections about the medical and emotional aspects of a brain tumor for the person diagnosed and their family members and friends. This website is meant to be a resource for you and your loved ones from the time of diagnosis, through treatment, and beyond.
Here are a few links to help you explore other parts of Cancer.Net:
- Search for a specialist in your local area using this free database of doctors from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
- Review dictionary articles to help understand the phrases and terms used in medical care and treatment.
- Read more about the first steps to take when your child is diagnosed with a tumor.
- Find out more about clinical trials as a treatment option.
- Get information about managing the financial costs of medical care.
- Learn more about coping with the emotions that a brain tumor diagnosis can bring, including those within a family or a relationship.
Find a national, not-for-profit advocacy organization that may offer additional information, services, and support for children with DIG.
Explore what to do when your child finishes active treatment.
Download Cancer.Net Mobile, a free app that includes a symptom and side effect tracker, medication reminders, and other interactive resources.
- To find a range of information and insights from different voices on timely cancer topics, visit the Cancer.Net Blog.
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