Doctors give a diagnosis of ‘catastrophic’ brain cancer
Doctors in Spain have given a diagnosis that the diagnosis of “catastrophe” of the brain cancer had been “false” and “exaggerated.”
The doctors had treated the patient in Madrid’s University Hospital for Advanced Medical Sciences.
He had returned to Spain with a serious case of the cancer that had spread to his brain, the hospital said in a statement.
The patient was admitted to the hospital on July 20, 2016, and underwent surgery on July 24 to remove the tumor.
He was diagnosed on July 26 with metastatic brain cancer.
The diagnosis was based on clinical tests, tests for the immune system, CT scans and blood tests.