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Brain Tumour Classification using Deep Learning

A new age of medicine

Image provided by the author of a brain MRI of a glioma.

Brain Tumours

Brain tumours are every patient's worst nightmare — headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, seizures, impaired judgement, and emotional volatility can all point to a brain tumour, but they can also point to nothing. Before the hypochondriac jumps to conclusions or the busy patient declares “it’s nothing,”…

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Adam Gulamhusein

Adam Gulamhusein

TEDx Speaker | HYRS Alum (Neurosurgical RA) | TKS Student | SHAD Alum | 2021 Calgary Brain Bee Winner

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