Colleen Young: Thank you for your response to my report, today, 04/24/16.
They did not explain what I could expect. No follow up appointment was made. I asked my primary care physician to examine the mri and for him to talk to the neurosurgines. He and I met after he talked to them and he assured me that the tumor, unidentified as a medical term specific, was a very slow growth and could be a problem if my speech became irregular. That is where we left it. I assumed that it might be dangerous to have another mri or to consider any action that would involve surgery/radiation. I looked into the internet and found, “Next generation immunotherapy offers new hope for beating brain cancer.” m.medicinpress.com: Science Translational Medicine, 02 March 2016. A little amaturish knowledge can be dangerous and far too early for application.
So I thought to use connect for information and comfort. Eleanor Seminara