According to Cancer Australia, medulloablastomas develop from a type of nerve cell in the cerebellum (the area at the back of the brain that controls movement and coordination). They tend to be aggressive tumours and often spread to other parts of the brain or spinal cord.
- Medulloblastoma – Information, Treatment & Support – CanTeen: Brief overview of what a medulloblastoma is, diagnosis and treatment.
- Medulloblastoma – National Cancer Institute: Overview of occurrence, diagnosis and treatment.
- Medulloblastoma – Children’s Cancer Centre: Overview of diagnosis and treatment.
- Medulloblastoma – Dr Geoff McCowage: Podcast about investigations and treatment.
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