- Medulloblastoma is a type of brain tumour which mainly affects children and young people.
- Symptoms could include persistent and recurrent vomiting, balance, co-ordination and walking problems, abnormal eye movements and fits or seizures.
- Half of all children and young people identified as having a brain tumour take longer than three months to be diagnosed, a charity warned.
- The HeadSmart campaign aims to reduce this diagnosis time to help reduce the long-term effects.
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