1Not all Tumors can be Removed Instantly
While tumors may either be cancerous or noncancerous, not all of them can be removed immediately. A good example is Meningioma, a benign tumor that forms on the membranes covering the brain. Depending on the location and effects of the tumor, the doctor may advise you to have regular MRIs to monitor its growth. However, the most common method of removing the tumor is through surgery.
What makes this process hard is the location of the tumor. Malignant tumors located deep in the skull offer patients a very slim chance of survival. However, there are some cancerous brain tumors that can be easily removed easily as radiation and chemotherapy follow up to clear all the remaining cancer cells.