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— Melissa , Brain Tumor Caregiver
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— Jenny suffers from chronic pain and fatigue
Tag Archives: brain cancer
Brain Cancer: Hope for Patients and Caregivers I haven’t posted much about one of the more rare types of cancer—brain cancer, a fact which may seem odd in view of the fact that my last book grew out of … Continue reading
Brain Cancer – Part 3 Recovery and Survival This is the final part in a three-part series on Brain Cancer—Diagnois, Treatment, and now survival—discovering and living a new normal. You made it through the treatments. The last MRI … Continue reading
Brain Cancer—Part 2 –treatments and their complications Most physicians prescribe steroids immediately after a brain tumor is discovered or right after a formal diagnosis. A common medication is Decadron, designed to shrink or control further growth of the tumor … Continue reading
Brain Cancer: Part One – Discovering and Diagnosing Brain cancer affects the very essence of a human being—thoughts, memories, and communication—all are impaired during the growth and discovery of the tumor or tumors and during the harsh treatments necessary … Continue reading
National Cancer Survivors day is an annual worldwide Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities througout the United States, Canada, and other participating countries. Participants unite in a symbolic even to show the world that life after … Continue reading