Brain Tumours | Medullablastomas

Source | Children's Cancer and Leukemia Group

Updated on CancerPort | 20 Jan 2017 | This extract has been reproduced on CancerPort as published on the Children's Cancer and Leukemia Group's website and remains the property of the original source.

These are the most common type of malignant tumour in children. They develop in the cerebellum which may affect coordination and movement and are most commonly diagnosed at around 5 years old.

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Reference: Children's Cancer and Leukemia Group (No Date) Brain Tumours | Astrocytomas (Online) (Accessed 20 Jan 2017)

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