In general, benign tumors do not constitute a danger in themselves, and a person may live his life normally and without any significant problems, as in the case of a mole, which is the simplest example of a benign tumor, but a benign tumor may pose a great danger because it occupies an important place, causing pressure on one of the organs as well In the case of benign brain tumors, where they pose a great threat to the patient’s life, and they must be surgically removed as soon as possible, and because benign brain tumors do not penetrate or permeate the brain tissue, the chance of removing the tumor completely and returning the patient to his normal state is very great in the case of expediting action appropriate surgical

Also, a benign tumor may be dangerous if it affects a specific gland, which leads to an imbalance in the functioning of the gland and thus affects the body. Some benign tumors may also turn into malignant tumors.