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What treatment can be done for brain tumour and is it completely curable ?

Dear sir, i am from srilanka,my daughter effected from brain tumour .she is 13 years of age now. her tumour type is medulloblastma we did a surgery on 2009 after surgery we did radiotherphy treatment but after 1 year of treatment grown 3 tumours in her head after that we did chemo therphy treatment after 2 months of treatment grown another tumour.what shall we do now?have any treatment for that?whats the result after treatment?
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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Hi,Ponnampalam Dilani,
Thanks for query,
I am really sorry there is in no treatment further.
The tumours coming at different places are secondaries and they will go on and will make her life miserable.
The treatment given are just symptomatic and fate we know.
Give comfort as much as you and medical science can give.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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