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View a current list of the tumors we treat in our center.
How we diagnose our patients using a combined approach of neuroimaging services and neuropathology techniques.
We offer treatment for both benign and malignant tumors. Learn more about the treatment options we offer.
View a list of Rose Ella Burkhardt Brain Tumor and Neuro-Oncology Center's treating physicians.
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In our center we focus on translational research that creates two-way communication between laboratory researchers and physicians.
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Cleveland Clinic physicians Glen Stevens, DO, PhD, (Burkhardt Brain Tumor Center) and Alan Taege, MD, (Department of Infectious Disease), along with each of their sons, recently traveled to Africa to hike to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. To many this feat, in and of itself, is amazing. But for Dr. Steven's son Ryan, who is legally blind, it is a true accomplishment.
Glen Stevens, DO, PhD discusses the recently published study linking dental x-rays to incidents of meningiomas brain tumors.
Learn more about a less-invasive brain surgery that allows for tumor removal through the nose and mouth. Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Violette Recinos, MD, comments on this new approach.
Cleveland Clinic’s Gamma Knife treatment combines state-of-the-art radiosurgery treatment technology with medical expertise to provide treatment solutions for the most complex brain tumor diagnoses.