my dad had surgery last june for a brain tumor, the surgeon said that it's a rare case which is a "malignant metastatic neuroectodermal brain tumor" i've had asked other onc forum about this but they say that they haven't had any info regarding this kind of condition, i was wondering if anyone out there has heard or have any insights about it.
my dad initially had CUP and after his PET scan, the likely primary cancer would be the lungs and another mets in the sacrum.
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