Abramson Cancer Center clinicians and researchers are leading the way in clinical care and research for brain and spinal cord tumors. By putting our experience to work we offer the best possible treatment outcomes.
Today there is more hope than ever for those with brain or spinal cord tumors.
If diagnosed with a brain or spinal cord tumor it's important to have the best team of experts.
Penn's Multidisciplinary Brain and Spinal Cord Tumor Program has individuals nationally recognized for their expertise. They can provide the information, care and support to help each step of the way.
We offer the latest diagnostic and treatment advances for all types of brain and spinal cord tumors including:
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Rosalinda "Linda" Madara is a loving wife and mother and works as a florist and wedding planner. However, to the staff at the Rena Rowan Breast Center, Linda is the "Cookie Fairy" During her breast cancer treatments, Linda would bring in sweets each morning for the faculty and staff. Her desserts were such a hit that Larry Solin, M.D., her radiation oncologist, suggested that she write a cookbook. Linda started writing that summer, and she completed her 300 recipe cookbook titled, "Sweet Treats and Other Less Sinful Recipes" in 2005. She underwrote all of the publishing costs, and the book is now sold in the Rowan Center Boutique with all proceeds going to support breast cancer research and patient programs.
OncoLink TV: Brain Tumors -Confronting the Challenge Together - On-demand webcast from the Abramson Cancer Center's conference Brain Tumors: Confronting the Challenge Together