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Brain Tumor

My 14 yrs old daughter have been detected with Tectal Plate Glioma
with hydro cephalus some time in May 2010.Shunt was placed and surgery done in July 2010. Biopsy confirmed WHO grade I .Post surgery MRI  showed a small portion left over .I am worried now ,kindly help me and guide me for the future course of safe action and medication.
What are ur views on treating this left over portion with Aurvedic medication.
I will be obliged for an immediate answer.
Santosh
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Research AHCC....great for reducing tumors....Get books on 'Healing foods that help cancer'.  Watch 'Know the Cause' (on at 1:00 on religious channels) or on web.  Have her eat plenty of GRAPES/Broccholi.
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I posted a question on 24th Nov. Even after 5 days only a single answer has frutrated me.Does it mean there is no answer to my question or this has not put before the Forum to discuss.
Kindly answer my question and help me out pl.
savy59
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Kindly clarify the following querries
1. Is there  any difference between WHO grde I tumor and the Benign tumor.
2. My daughter have been deteced Tectal plate glioma ( Pilocytic astrocytoma) WHO grade I , surgery done after shunting . Follow up MRI still shows some part left over.can it grow again how to put this in control
3. what about Ayurvedic medicines to controll this ,
Please throw some light .
Savy59
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