Why Are Brain Tumor Second Opinions Important? — the Penn Brain Tumor Center

As M. Sean Grady, Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery, explains in this video, when patients are faced with a malignant brain tumor, a second opinion from the specialists at the Penn Brain Tumor Center can confirm or clarify the initial diagnosis and, perhaps, offer an array of additional services, possibilities and options for brain tumor treatment.

Providers, if you think your patient may be a candidate for neurosurgery at Penn Medicine, consult on our provider-only line: 877-937-PENN (7366)


Related links:

Weekly Tumor Board Meetings at the Penn Brain Tumor Center
Clinical Trials and Research at the Penn Brain Tumor Center
How a Neuro-Oncology Nurse Navigator Supports Patients During Brain Tumor Treatment
The Brain Tumor Center | Improving Outcomes for Brain Tumor Patients
Glioblastoma Immunotherapy Research at Penn Medicine, Including CART-EGFRvIII Therapy
Dr. Grady’s physician profile
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October 8, 2019

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