Is increasing brain tumor awareness important?

Brain Tumor Awareness

If in doubt, consider this story, ripped straight from the headlines.  “Mum dies of brain tumour after birth.”  As if this were not tragic enough, the doctors actually diagnosed her condition as an “ear infection.”  Rosie Kremer, 24, had complained of headaches, loss of appetite, dizziness, and sickness early on in her pregnancy and the doctors diagnosed labyrithitis.  Guess what  labyrithitis is:  an EAR INFETCION.  Even though things got worse and worse throughout the pregnancy (dramatic weight loss, agonizing pain), the doctors thought she was just having a “bad pregnancy.”  Rosie spent the last five weeks in bed, unable to sit up or use her hands.  Six hours after giving birth via caesarean, Rosie was pronounced brain dead.  In a CT scan taken months too late (it was taken post-mortem), a large brain tumor was found on her brain stem.

So how can this happen in modern medicine?  Part…

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