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Archives for February 2017
Oligodendroglioma II /radiotherapy question
I am 24 years, diagnosed with oligodendroglioma grade 2, went into surgery removed 80% of the tumor, As a treatment plan, they suggested chemo with radiation, but told me that radiation is once in lifetime !!! I decided to save it as a golden card and just go with chemo, but when I searched on internet I found some ppl…
So confused - brain tumor, help me navigate these first few days and surgery day opinion please
Unfortunately a few days ago my best friend's husband called me to tell me my friend, Krissy, had backed out of her driveway and had a violent seizure. A 2.7cm brain tumor was found and they transported her to Vanderbilt (we are in Nashville). PET scan showed no spread. When I asked how the neurosurgeon appointment went…
Imagery for your brain
Hello cancer-cousins, Before I start, I believe four things are key to a cancer patient's survival: 1) fight - don't give up, don't give in, when you get knocked down, stand back up. Much of this process is mental and if you can get through the mental fight, your body will come along for the ride. 2) love - share your…
My Cancer Experience: Germinoma Brain Tumor
Hi everyone, my name's Lewis. About four years ago, I was diagnosed with and underwent treatment for brain cancer. Fortunately, the treatment was successful with few long-term side effects. I am writing this in hopes that those who are currently battling cancer may stay hopeful and confident in their battle. In 2012, I was…
Private Message Spam
Hello everyone, Thank you to all of you who have alerted us to the PM spamming from earlier today. I apologize for the inconvenience. While we do have securities in place, we are not always able to catch all spam, and we are trying to figure out how this one got around our system. If you received a message from jegac1…
Hello My daughter was treated in 1995 for GBM and is currently a survivor. The Seattle Cacer Care Alliance has had no luck at treating her constant exhaustion. I am hoping someone here might have a suggestion. Thanks much.