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Symptoms typically occur when the tumour starts pressing on the brain, stopping the normal functioning of part of the organ.
Addressing symptoms as they appear is imperative, as tumours that spread to the temporal lobe, frontal lobe, and parietal lobe, can cause speech problems, relating to cognitive function.
“The frontal lobe manages decision making, problem-solving, concentration, and thinking speed functions,” she added.
Occasionally, however, a tumour can press on blood vessels or can come into contact with a bone and cause it to expand.