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How long does a person typically live after being diagnosed with glioblastoma?

Long-term survival rates for people diagnosed with glioblastoma typically range between 12 and 18 months. Patients only have a 25% chance of surviving for more than a year at most. Patients diagnosed with glioblastoma have a five percent chance of living longer than five years and a fewer than one p…

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Aftercare Following a Laminectomy

If non-surgical treatments have failed to relieve your back pain, your doctor may suggest a laminectomy. If you have spinal compression, bone spurs, or ligaments pressing on your nerves, you may need this back surgery. Patients should dress comfortably and bring their insurance information as well a…

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