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Most meningiomas are benign -- but they can return. Here's what patients need to know, with helpful insights from the experts at Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.
A diagnosis of a meningioma can be frightening, but most of these tumors are treatable with surgery. Here's what patients need to know, with insight from the experts at Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.