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Leukemia is the most common type of cancer in children. Closely following behind at number two is brain cancer. The most common brain cancer in kids is medulloblastomas, which occurs before 10 years of age. However, there also is another type of brain cancer called Ependymomas that can either be cancerous or noncancerous.
When it comes to adults, gliomas and meningiomas are the two cancers that often appear. Glial cells or neuroglia as they are sometimes called, are responsible for the formation of myelin, providing protection from neurons, offering support to the nervous system, and maintaining homeostasis.
However, the same cells are also responsible for the formation of gliomas, hence the name. Meningiomas, on the other hand, arises from the meningeal tissue on the brain. However, the tumor is often benign and may not result in much. Needless to say, seek medical advice because even a benign tumor can be dangerous if it presses against vital nerves or blood cells.