Oh bless her heart!! My name is Mary,and my husband, whose account I am on, has the same tumor located in the same location and we have received the same opinions from world renowned Neurosurgeons, at first they didn’t even do a biopsy because of the risk, All cancer lavender warrior. but after a failed first attempt at radiation and chemotherapy, they ended up doing the biopsy to find out the exact tumor, and ended up putting him on the right Chemotherapy as welll as Avastin.
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He is only 34, and this June he will be going on 5 years since diagnosis and survival of a Glioblastoma! He is truly a miracle, and we are grateful every day that he is still here. A friend of mine sent us this video and as I watched it I started crying because of the hope it brings, but also for this sweet mother. All cancer lavender warrior. Although GBM’s do tend to grow back and spread their “tentacles” through the brain, the fact that they were able to remove the bulk of the tumor in this brave Mother, is amazing and a miracle, and coming from experience having gone and still going through this exact journey with my husband and our children. any hope that can be given to a family during such a hard journey, is invited with open arms! I love this so much! We lost our three and a half year old daughter a year and a half ago in an accident at home, but just like she was in this life, she continues to be our Angel, helping her Daddy beat this Cancer! Miracles surround each of us every day, big or small, they are there.
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Wow, what an inspirational story! I’m so sorry for the loss of your daughter but that knowing she is up there watching and taking care of her amazing daddy is providing you with some strength. I hope your husband continues to fight this horrible disease for many more years! I am so happy for you and your family mainly at your age. I hope these shirts will make you stronger. Click to buy and kepp fighting! Approximately 15-20 years ago I was told my husband has a tumor on the spinal cord and brain stem. Went to Philadelphia University they gave him only a few months and talk about trying surgery but we went for a second opinion to Memorial Sleep an Kettering in NY. Thank God we did! We were told wait and see don’t jump in. Well it’s now approximately 20 years later and guess what my husband is still alive and has not effected him in any way. He is now 73 and still looking forward to a long life!!!