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Midwest Brain Tumor Conference Highlights Treatments, Wellness

Midwest Brain Tumor Conference Highlights Treatments, Wellness

Contact:  Cindy Starr (513) 558-3505 cindy.starr@uc.edu CINCINNATI—The 2012 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference, a free educational event for patients, caregivers and family members, will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Meridian Conference Center (located inside the Wingate by Wyndham Hotel), 7500 Tylers Place Blvd., in West Chester, Ohio….
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Could a Coffee a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

A study published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that regular consumption of coffee and tea can protect you from glioma, the most common type of malignant brain tumor. Tania Carreón-Valencia, MS, PhD, an epidemiologist with the UC Brain Tumor Center and Assistant Professor in UC’s Department of Environmental Health, answers…
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Coffee, Tea Linked to Lower Risk of Glioma

(Reuters Health) – Coffee and tea lovers may have a decreased  likelihood of developing the most common form of malignant brain tumor  in adults, a new study suggests. Reuters Health Read more »

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