As a brain tumor patient or caregiver, there is a sense of unknown. Hearing from others who have been there can help guide you through your journey.
Weathering the Storm
William, diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma, shares how he fights the disease physically and mentally.
Taking One Step At A Time
Patti shares what it is like as a mother caring for her son, Brecken, who was diagnosed with a low-grade astrocytoma glioma.
Share Your Story
Being diagnosed with a brain tumor can feel isolating. Sharing your story can help guide others who are going through similar experiences. It can also help you cope.
- “Writing is therapeutic…It’s a good way to connect with other families.” – Patti
- “If you are reading this and you have a brain tumor, or if your loved one has a brain tumor, my best suggestion is to find someone who has been through it or is going through it.” – William
- “Always take one day at a time.” – Brandon
If interested in sharing your personal journey, e-mail us and we will send you a list of questions to get you started.