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Brain Tumour

In the UK just over 9,000 people a year are diagnosed with a primary brain or central nervous system tumour. Not all tumours are malignant (cancerous) as they can be benign (non cancerous). Brain tumours are graded from 1 to 4 depending on their behaviour.

  • Benign brain tumours are graded low (1 or 2), meaning they are slow growing and less likely to return after treatment.
  • Malignant brain tumours are graded high (3 or 4) and can either be primary tumours (starting in the brain) or secondary tumours, having spread to the brain from elsewhere.

Compassion and support on an individual basis means we can be sure you get the right care at the right time from a team of passionate and professional staff. We include families and friends wherever possible to ensure your links with life outside of Marbrook are maintained. Well furnished ensuite bedrooms provide privacy, while facilities such as the cinema, gym and gardens are available too.

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