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Is there any way to be calm before brain surgery?

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Dr. George Jacobs
Neurosurgery 63 years experience
Information : Discuss your concerns with your doctors. The more information you have the better the understanding of what your surgeon hopes to accomplish. Brain surgery, as all surgery, is a serious undertaking but the current technical advances have made it much safer. Surgery is recommended because an improvement is expected your surgeon is the best source for information.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine 23 years experience
Support: Get all kind of support you can. Family, friends can do that. I like to talk to god and get comfort from the source that never fails.

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