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Link: Brain tumor? No, “evil twin” sibling was growing in woman’s brain

At the age of 26, Yamini Karanam, a PhD student at Indiana University’s School of Informatics, suddenly started having trouble in school. The once brilliant student was finding it difficult to understand basic information or to communicate with friends and colleagues. She was constantly tired and slept for two weeks straight.

“Then came the headaches. Slips and misses at work,” she wrote on her blog. “There were doctors. First, a couple of them and then more.”

Posted on 24th April, 2015 by G.D. The full link can be found at

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