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Rachel's story: A migraine during pregnancy leads to a brain tumor diagnosis

When Rachel Coughlin was experiencing routine migraines during pregnancy, she assumed hormonal changes were to blame. At 36-weeks pregnant, she discovered the culprit was actually a brain tumor. After an emergency C-section,  Dr. James Robinson performed a successful brain surgery to remove the tumor. Watch Rachel's story here... in her own words.

*The health story shared here may portray atypical results of survival for this type of cancer, given its severity and stage. Atypical results are considered surviving a cancer that has less than a 50% five-year survival rate. Patients should consult an expert to discuss specific treatment plans and the possible outcomes before making medical decisions.

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