Lakeshore Elementary Medical News!

Dr.Lydia E. Olig 12/10/14

Inoperable Brain Tumor

Brain Tumors are caused by cells that are growing abnormaly in or by your brain. They can grow at a fast rate and/or a slow rate. The rate and location of the tumor will determine how it will affect the nerves and the nervous system. The treatments also vary on the location, type, and size of the tumor. The 2 main types are cancerous and bengin. You better get to the hospital is you have these symptoms repetadly: vomiting, seizures, headaches, irritation, dysfunction, and intracranial hypertension. You can become unconscious aswell. The out come can vary on the type and how far i was diagnosed. The treatment can contain radiation therapy, surgery, and chemo therapy.

Silas Willey

Silas's Sad Story

Silas Willey is a 1 year old boy with this horrible tumor. He was diagnosed when he was 6 months old. That is a young age! He is getting better every day and his family loves him with all their heart.

This is Silas Willey Age 1

This little 1 year old has an inoperable brain tumor behind his left eye. He is doing better than what he was 4 months ago, when he was diagnosed. He is a healthy, cute, adorable, and loving baby that is very playful. His dad, Shawn Willey, has a story on CaringBridge.com about how he is doing and how the family is doing.
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