Does brain cancer have a vaccine?

Not yet. There are many therapeutic vaccines in clinical trials were brain cancers. Some of these are in advance stage testing. However all of these are still experimental.

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Describe the features of brain cancer.?

Like stroke but slo. Brain cancers are brain tumors in which the cells are very abnormal and grow faster and more aggressively compared to non cancer brain tumors. Exact symptoms depend of the size of tumor to where located. This ranges from stroke like symptoms to headache and confusion or seizures. Treatment include surgery, chemo and radiation therapy but prognosis overall is poor. Read more...
Variable. Any cancer in the brain could present with any number of symptoms including but not limited to headache, dizziness, vision problems, trouble concentrating, weakness, nausea/vomiting, and motor problems. Most importantly, it can also have no symptoms. The best exam to check for this is MRI with and w/o contrast. Read more...

What causes someone to develop brain cancer?

Multi-factorial. The factors help contribute to all tumor development in general 1. Genetics 2. Mutation inducing factors (examples: smoking, drinking, etc). 3. Aging 3. Unknown causes (there are definitely people without family history or obvious "bad habits" that develop brain tumors). Read more...
Wish we knew. We know there are many factors which cause cancer. We know there are changes in genes in the dna of brain cells which can cause cancer. What we don't know is what causes that gene to change to start brain cancer. When we are able to identify the inciting event which causes a gene to change (mutate), we may be able to attack or prevent the cause instead of directing treatment at the cancer. Read more...

Which cancer is worse than at/rt brain cancer?

What is worse? This is hard to answer. Worse how? Some brain cancers can be completely cured; some can't. Some can be small but in bad locations that cause a lot of disability. Some can be very large and cause no disability. Brain cancer is always scary, because... well, it's the brain! Try this link for more info: http://www.nccn.org/patients/ Read more...