June 3, 2008 at 6:54 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Or, as it says in the CBTF website:

Cerebellar Astrocytomas: Cerebellar astrocytomas are benign glial tumors of the cerebellum. They are the second most common childhood tumor (15% to 20% of all pediatric tumors). They can occur at any time in childhood or adolescence and have the same symptoms as medulloblastomas. Treatment is surgical removal, which is the cure in most cases if the tumor is totally removed. If the tumor has grown into the brainstem, radiation therapy or chemotherapy (depending on the child’s age) is sometimes needed.

Chayim Zvi’s tumor was removed completely, thank G-d!

Please continue to pray for his recovery and afterwards for his continued good health!



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