What a beautiful gift for the doctor that saved a life! Cancer doesn’t know age, gender, ethnicity. The most common brain tumors are cancers from other parts of the body that spread to the brain. A primary brain tumor usually does not spread to other organs. The cause of primary brain tumor is not known. There are 120 different sub-classifications of brain cancer, all of which are treatable if caught early. Each year approximately 200,000 people only in the United States are diagnosed with metastatic or primary brain tumor. Brain tumors is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children (leukemia is the first). Most common symptoms of a brain tumor include headaches, seizures, personality changes, eye weakness, nausea, speech disturbances, memory loss. Imaging plays a central role in the diagnosis. The survival from brain tumor at five years is approximately 30%. Brain tumors can be treated by surgery, radiation therapy, stereotactic radiotherapy, chemotherapy or by combining those from above. The most important thing while treating the patients with this disease is not to compromise the quality of their life and having faith.