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Teen Graduates High School after Brain Tumor Surgery June 13, 2014

Posted by mvarlan in Uncategorized.

Initially misdiagnosed with allergies, this 17-year-old boy sought out experts to identify the real source of his nosebleeds, which was eventually found to be a potato-size tumor at the base of his brain.

Drs. Andrew Little and John Milligan at the Barrow Pituitary Center performed a minimally invasive endoscopic surgery, which alleviated his symptoms and allowed him to graduate high school with his fellow students and close friends.

Click here for the compelling story.


Maggie Bobrowitz, RN, MBA
Neuroscience Program Coordinator
Barrow Pituitary Center



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