Miami Neuroscience Center’s Dr. Wolf says education is key to saving lives

Miami Neuroscience Center’s Dr. Wolf says education is key to saving lives

Brain tumors are the second most common cause of cancer death for men ages 20 to 39. It is the fifth most common cause of cancer for women in the same age group.

Those troubling statistics should be a wakeup call, according to Miami Neuroscience Center medical director Dr. Aizik Wolf. Dr. Wolf is one of the world’s leading authorities on radiosurgery and Gamma Knife, a technologically innovative, noninvasive treatment for brain, head, and neck cancers.

Dr. Wolf said doctors have to do their part to bridge the information gap, but public awareness is a partnership.

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