World Brain Tumor Day

Awareness and Management for a Fearless Life With Brain Tumor

World Brain Tumor Day is celebrated every year on 8th of June as a tribute to the brain tumor patients and their families with an ultimate goal of generating awareness about the disease and the ways to cope up with it. It was first celebrated by a German non-profit organization in the year 2000 and is now supported by patients, their families, research institutions, health professionals, and scientists from across the world.

All About Brain Tumor

Brain tumor is a condition when cells of the brain start multiplying abnormally leading to a cancerous or sometimes non-cancerous state. If not treated, it can spread to the adjacent parts leading to some serious complications. Though, there are no specific brain tumor causes, it can happen due to genetic reasons, invasion from cancerous cells of the surrounding regions, or due to excessive radiation exposure. 

Symptoms of Brain Tumor

·         Unexplained weakness of one or more limbs

·         Persistent and progressive headache

·         Vomiting and nausea

·         Convulsions or seizures

·         Difficulty in walking

Prevention and Treatment

Prevention cannot avoid brain tumors, but early detection through regular screening after witnessing any of the symptoms can definitely lower the complications and lead to better treatment results. The main treatment for brain cancer is surgery followed by radiation and chemotherapy. 

Objectives of World Brain Tumor Day

The objective of celebrating world brain tumor day is to catch the attention of people worldwide and generate funding for the cause of research for this deadly disease to provide better and affordable treatment to the patients. It also focuses on making people aware of the symptoms so that they can seek medical help on time and live a fearless life. The patients and their families are guided for better treatment management to improve the quality of life. 

Activities Done on World Brain Tumor Day

This day is marked with awareness campaigns run by support groups and the patients themselves. People with brain tumor are encouraged to join the groups and share their challenges with each other. Information is provided on how to manage the disease and cope up with the treatment. Patients are encouraged to watch themselves and learn the ways to adapt with changing health conditions and impart their experience with others for a more hopeful life ahead. 

World Brain Tumour Day,Online Healthcare Information

We and the World Brain Tumor Day

There are many lives which get shattered due to unawareness about the disease or the inability to accept its existence inside the body. We, as an aware and sensible population in the communities should make people aware of the symptoms that usually go unnoticed, leading to detection of the disease at higher stage. Let’s talk about the disease, create awareness, and build hope about brain tumor so that more people seek medical help at right time and others already fighting with it get hope and strength.