Laack.. Aggressive surgery for brain tumors increases survival in children A new Mayo Clinic study ( who undergo aggressive surgery to completely take away the tumor have an elevated chance of overall survival. If complete removal is not feasible, adding radiation therapy to a less complete surgery provides patients with the same outcomes as a full removal. This study was presented at the Society for NeuroOncology Annual Scientific Education and Meeting Day in Montreal on Nov. 21. Related StoriesRNA profiles of tumor-educated platelets might diagnose cancer, determine potential therapeutic approachesInner hearing damage mind warnings from nerve cellsUniversity of Maryland evolves GammaPod system to treat early-stage breast malignancy’This study further reinforces Mayo Clinic’s practice of aggressive surgical resection,’ says Nadia Laack, M.D., a Mayo Clinic radiation oncologist and the study’s lead writer.‘Scooping an sea to catch a seafood’ The NSA and the National government have said the program is part of the nation’s overall counterterrorism strategy, but the ACLU says the company has definitely overstepped its boundaries. The legal watchdog group quoted Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., a primary author of the USA Patriot Act, who offers said that the statutory rules was never intended to give NSA blanket surveillance authority over U.S. Citizens. He said the agency has used the law to scoop up the entire ocean. To catch a seafood.