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What is brain cancer?
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Cancer Treatment Center of America. What are the Symptoms of Brain Tumors? YouTube. N.p., 18 Nov. 2011. Web. 22 Dec. 2015.
Carson-DeWit, Rosalyn, and Melinda Oberleitner. "Brain Tumor." Gale Science in Context. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Dec. 2015.
The Gale Science in Context database contained much of the information required for this project. The author of this information is Rosalyn Carson-Dewitt, MD. She has a degree in medicine from Michigan State University and she has written thousands of articles on health related issues. Because of both her education and experience she is a credible author. In addition, the Gale Cengage Learning has been a research resource for over 60 years and is a leader in providing materials for schools. They utilize expert scholars from around the world to provide source material for their database. The purpose of this database is to provide information to the public and there wasn't a bias in the writing. The Gale database is updated each year. The information on the brain tumor site was updated this year so it is current. Since the article focuses on a general overview of brain cancer and not the most current research in treatments, it's unlikely that this information has changed since the site was last updated. The general information in this article was consistent with many other sources on the topic of brain cancer. The information in this article was highly reliable and invaluable for our research.
Gregoire, Carolyn. "Thinking Can Fuel The Growth Of Brain Tumors, Study Finds." Huff Post Science. Huffington Post, 27 Apr. 2015. Web. 22 Dec. 2015. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/27/thinking-fuels-brain-tumor-growth_n_7130838.html>.