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Q&A with Isaac Yang, MD

Within moments of speaking with Isaac Yang, MD, it is clear he has excitement and passion for patients and patient education. Dr. Yang, a neurosurgeon specializing in the surgical treatment and clinical outcomes of adult brain tumors at UCLA, is an active advocate for patient education and provides many educational resources to empower patients and help them understand their treatment options. had the chance to sit down with Dr. Yang to learn more about his passion for helping patients with brain tumors, providing credible resources to educate them through their treatment process and using Brainlab technology.

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Two Time Brain Tumor Survivor Scott Yonkouski Shares His Story

Q&A Two time survivor

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The ‘Awe and Mystery’ of the Human Brain: An Interview with Henry Marsh, MD.

Listen to excerpts from Dr. Marsh’s new memoir, ‘Do No Harm,’ on Fresh Air with Terry Gross. They explore the complexities and beauty of the brains including the topic of surgery for brain tumors and other conditions. Listen here >>

Leading the Charge in National Brain-Mapping Initiative Q and A with Steven Brem, MD

As humans we can identify galaxies light years away, we can study particles smaller than an atom, but we still haven’t unlocked the mystery of the three pounds of matter between our ears,” said President Barack Obama in 2013 as he unveiled the BRAIN initiative, a collaborative effort to map the human brain and better understand it.

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Q&A with Larry Page, MD, Orthopedic surgeon and software-guided user

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Dr. Larry Page is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O. or DO) currently based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The team interviews Dr. Page about his background, practice, and thoughts on patient education.

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