Brain tumour symptoms: Two ‘early symptoms’ to spot – ‘may come and go at first’


Just like most conditions, there are number of risk factors that increase your chances of developing a brain tumour.

Age is one of them. Most brain tumours happen in adults in their 80s.

This doesn’t mean that people younger than 80 can’t develop brain tumours.

Radiation is the second risk factor listed and this will be due to long term exposure to CT scans, X-rays of the head and radiotherapy.



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