You Are Not Alone: Stories from Having a Recurrence "When you're 19 you feel invincible." - Staunton, Astrocytoma Survivor Stories From Patients Long-Haul Survivorship is Hard Work Written by Molly – Brains for the Cure Ambassador and Astrocytoma Survivor Brain tumor survivorship is weird. Depending on a tumor’s location, your deficits vary. In Read More » May 3, 2022 No Comments Taking on Change to Make an Impact Written by Optune® Ambassador Lynn Lynn was living a fast-paced life before she was diagnosed with glioblastoma (GBM). Since her diagnosis, she’s shifted her perspective and Read More » March 14, 2022 No Comments I Didn’t Want Anyone to Know I Was a Survivor Written by Lisa Joerling – Brains for the Cure Ambassador and Ganglioglioma Survivor In the 7 years since I’ve been diagnosed with a large and Read More » February 23, 2022 No Comments « Newer Stories Earlier Stories » You Are Not Alone See stories from people who have been there before. Newly Diagnosed In Active Treatment Having a Recurrence On Watch & Wait Long-Term Survivor Find Stories Who Can I Talk To? Join upcoming patient and survivor support groups via video call. Connect with others in a private social media group. Meet our Ambassadors. Where Do I Get Started? Medical basics: Understand your diagnosis. Build your medical team. Living with a brain tumor. How Can I Advocate For Myself? Questions to ask doctors and surgeons. Find a doctor or a second opinion. Download our printable resource guide. Discussing a patient's rights. Treatments and Trials: What To Know? Find a doctor or a second opinion. Find and join a clinical trial. Questions to ask about treatments. Where Can I Find Help and Resources? Find local resources or groups. Connect with other patients/survivors. Connect with a top brain tumor center. Making Difficult Decisions Planning for the future. Hospice care. Having difficult conversations. Determining your legacy. Caring For Yourself Physical health & wellness. Mental & emotional support. Palliative care.