In the wake of the news that some people who had brain scans that looked suspicious might have been suffering from a brain tumor, the topic has gone viral.
It’s been reported that people who were taken to the hospital with these scans were given drugs that they were given for other conditions, including depression, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, and bipolar disorder.
The news has also been shared widely by news outlets and social media, including by CNN, MSNBC, ABC, and the BBC.
But while the images are scary, the news is far from new.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2 million Americans have brain scans every year, and while the number of people who have brain tumors has risen in recent years, the percentage of people with brain tumors is still very low.
According to the Mayo Clinic, brain tumors can be found in about 15 percent of the people who develop them.
They can often be found behind the ears or under the jawbone, which can cause symptoms like headaches, muscle weakness, nausea, or dizziness.
The Mayo Clinic also notes that the number and type of brain tumors varies depending on the type of cancer.
The most common type of tumor found in the head is an astrocytoma, a type of neuro-oncogene that helps control certain types of white blood cells, and is also associated with other conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome and asthma.
However, there are a few other types of brain tumor that can cause headaches, fatigue, and even memory loss.
Brain tumor in the frontal lobes can cause seizures, but there are also brain tumor in different regions of the brain, which are more likely to cause seizures.
Brain tumors in the spine and in the skull are most commonly associated with dementia, and some patients can also experience seizures in the face, neck, or head.
Some people also have abnormal behavior and vision, including people who are bipolar or have a history of depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Mayo Clinic notes that bipolar disorder is the most common mental illness in the U.S.
According the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, between 50,000 and 75,000 people die every year from brain tumors in this country.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the federal government agency that runs Medicare, reports that in 2016, about 1.2 million Americans had brain tumors.
The numbers are staggering, but the CDC and the Mayo clinic have made it clear that there are many factors that contribute to brain tumors, including the way they are diagnosed, treated, and diagnosed.
If you or someone you know is experiencing headaches, sleep problems, memory loss, difficulty focusing, difficulty speaking, or any other symptoms that might be related to a brain scan, call your doctor right away.