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Recently, we met (virtually) with my neuro-oncologist to hear the results of my recent MRI scan.
Researchers studying dog and human cell cultures found cannabidiol was effective at combating glioblastoma.
I write this post to address one fundamental question: How do we feel normal, when so much around us is changing?
Her silhouette shifts the shadows from the hallway until her navy scrubs come into view.
Removing surrounding tissue adds ammunition to battle against lethal disease, a UCSF-led study shows.
Evidence suggests canines are good models for studying glioblastomas, especially in children.
In our first two years we’ve raised nearly $40,000 for National Brain Tumor Society’s Defeat GBM initiative.
This finding could lead to very early cancer interventions.
I’m out to leave a legacy for them and to hopefully improve the world for my brain tumor community.
End Game depicts visionary medical providers who practice on the cutting edge of life and death, changing the way we think about both.
Trust, family, community, cooperation, resiliency, embracing absurdity, and pursuing goals are touchstones of a meaningful life.
When I manage to capture the experience shared by so many others, I am reminded of my strengths and the privilege I have to raise my voice.
If you are facing your own experience of illness or are affected by those who are, this post may shine a light on these challenges.
“We have reason to hope that the basic principle could help glioblastoma patients. The next step is to work on a clinical trial to test it.”
The problem with this attitude is that if anything goes—if everything is permissible—then nothing matters.
A Phase II trial tested SurVaxM in combination with standard therapy for the aggressive brain cancer.
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