Father-of-two, 46, says he 'feels great' after having 98 TUMORS removed from his brain caused by melanoma



A father-of-two has said he 'feels great' after having 98 cancerous tumors removed from his brain.
Leland Fay, a 46-year-old from Monument, Colorado, told CBS Denver that it's been six years since he was given the first cancer diagnosis, and he feels 'Great, you know, normal. Whatever normal is.' 
Fay was diagnosed with aggressive melanoma in 2011 after feeling a bump on his scalp. 
The cancer metastasized, causing he had 98 tumors on his brain, of which 97 were eventually removed using stereotactic radiosurgery, a type of radiation that directly targets brain tumors. Only one had to be... read more

 
28 July 2017 in Health, Views: 76
Source: Daily Mail
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