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Strategies for Improving Quality of Life for Patients with High-Grade Glioma

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    After being diagnosed with high-grade glioma, patients often suffer from symptoms that make their lives more difficult. How can we help manage this condition and improve their quality of life? Dr. Alyx B. Porter, a neurologist with a subspecialty certification in neuro-oncology at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona discusses diagnosis, symptoms, and strategies to help patients living with high-grade glioma.

    With state-of-the-art research and laboratory facilities, Mayo Clinic experts are constantly seeking a greater understanding of brain tumors in order to improve patient care. A variety of clinical trials and other studies of tumor biology, neuropathology and epidemiology may be available to for brain tumor treatment at Mayo Clinic.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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    After being diagnosed with high-grade glioma, patients often suffer from symptoms that make their lives more difficult. How can we help manage this condition and improve their quality of life? Dr. Alyx B. Porter, a neurologist with a subspecialty certification in neuro-oncology at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona discusses diagnosis, symptoms, and strategies to help patients living with high-grade glioma.

    With state-of-the-art research and laboratory facilities, Mayo Clinic experts are constantly seeking a greater understanding of brain tumors in order to improve patient care. A variety of clinical trials and other studies of tumor biology, neuropathology and epidemiology may be available to for brain tumor treatment at Mayo Clinic.

    For more information about referring a patient to Mayo Clinic, please visit mayoclinic.org and for continuing medical education opportunities visit ce.mayo.edu.

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