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Stanford Brain Tumor Center: Margie Paulsen's story

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Published on Sep 20, 2011

A couple of years before Marjorie Paulsen learned that a tumor was growing in her brain, she had been bothered by a weird and random phenomenon. "My hand would rise up in the air and move on its own," she said, and recalling a popular television show, "like the hand on 'The Addams Family. It would last for a few seconds and then get back to normal."

Stanford doctor Griff Harsh, MD, director of the Stanford Brain Tumor Center, took out Paulsen’s tumor that had regrown since its first removal. She remains in close contact with her team of doctors at the Brain Tumor Center. "They told me that Dr. Harsh had done his job very well. Now, I'm on what they call 'watchful waiting,'" she said.

To read more about Marjorie's story:
http://stanfordhealthcare.org/stanfor...

Stanford Brain Tumor Center:
http://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical...

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