hi, i am sending this message for my mum. she is currently 74 years old. she had tumer removed from her brain back in september 2003. four years later after her brain surgary in september 2007, she had sore tongue only on her right side, it is like burnning all the time, she went to many hospitals in shanghai and took different kinds of medications, but it seemed no change. in april this year (2009), she had her regular check for her old tumer, they found the brain tumer has redevelopped, then she had another rumer remove operation, but this time she had garmar ray operation. until now her tongue still hurts. she has diabetes as well.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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