Housed within one of U.S. News & World Report's best hospital for neurology and neurosurgery, our center is among the largest brain tumor treatment and research programs in the world. Our team of brain tumor specialists works with each patient to create custom treatment plans — informed by unmatched expertise, insights gained in the lab and the latest surgical innovations.
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In-person and telemedicine appointments are available for initial consultations and follow-up care.
For patients diagnosed with brain cancer who need a consultation with an oncologist:
Kimmel Cancer Center: 410-955-8964
Why Choose the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center
From the rarest to the most common brain tumors, our team has a vast experience treating even the most complex conditions.
For adults and children with certain types of brain cancer, proton therapy offers precisely targeted radiation that affects the tumor while sparing the healthy tissue.
Our neurosurgeons work side by side with plastic surgeons to preserve your appearance after procedures such as craniotomy.
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Your donation allows us to deliver life-saving care and make groundbreaking discoveries. With your help, we can continue to make strides in treating the rarest, most difficult brain tumors and offer hope to patients around the world.
You can support the overall brain tumor program or designate your gift to a specific doctor's research.
From the Experts: Frequently Asked Questions
Neurosurgeon Jon Weingart addresses frequently asked questions about brain tumor diagnosis, first steps, brain tumor types, treatment options and what you can expect after treatment.More About Brain Tumors