Carer reveals her life was saved by a visit to Specsavers! 22-year-old thought she needed new lenses - but a routine eye test revealed she had a GOLF BALL-sized brain tumour

A carer who thought she needed new contact lenses has told how a routine eye test saved her life, after her optician spotted a golf ball-sized brain tumour.
Konnie Rowe, of Burnham on Sea, Somerset, booked a check-up at Specsavers after experiencing headaches and struggling to watch TV.
The 22-year-old expected to be told she needed stronger lenses - but her optician found a lump above her right eye and advised her to speak to her GP.
Her doctor was concerned and booked her in for an emergency MRI scan, which discovered a cystic lesion - tumour - on her brain.
Surgery removed the mass but... read more

3 April 2018 in Health, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail

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