The Johns Hopkins Metastatic Brain Tumor Center is a branch of one of the world's largest brain tumor research and treatment programs. Led by Dr Michael Lim, the Center strives to improve the diagnoses and treatment of patients with metastatic brain tumors while furthering research in prevention and treatment of metastatic brain tumors.
Podcast: Metastatic Tumors
Dr Michael Lim discusses metastatic brain tumors.
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At The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Johns Hopkins Metastatic Brain Tumor Center offers a unique patient-centered approach to brain tumor treatment. As a part of the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center, the Metastatic Brain Tumor Center has access to a multi-disciplinary team of brain tumor experts to ensure that each patient receives an individually tailored treatment for their brain tumor. The center holds a weekly brain tumor conference with medical experts from a variety of specialties to examine each patient's case from all angles, thereby concurrently allowing for a comprehensive treatment plan for the patient as a whole.
More information about metastatic brain tumors:
Metastatic tumors to the brain are often treatable and can be well controlled.
Learn more about the types of metastatic brain tumors, including tumors originating from:
- breast cancer metastases
- lung cancer metastases
- renal cells
- colon metastases
- bladder cancer metastases
- other cancer cells