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Hi, I'm MADELINE J K.
Continuing treatment for GBM, also. My tumor was removed end of Jan. 2019. Still doing chemo treatment. Haven’t had any issues on MRIs so far. It’s a scary cancer to have and I really feel it’s important to stay as positive and optimistic as possible. Just know you’re not alone   Read more…

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Updated Oct 8, 2010 in Brain Cancer Group's resources ·
National Brain Tumor Society’s Support Network for Caregivers allows you to search for a caregiver by patient's tumor type, relation to the patient, or both. You will be able to contact caregivers ... more
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Updated Dec 29, 2010 in Jerry Kline's resources · Like1
I am approaching my 7th anniversary of the removal of a grade 4 gbm brain tumor. I have captured my experiences on my website, www.jerrykline.net, and in my book, An Unremarkable Man. The paperback... more
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Updated Oct 8, 2010 in Brain Cancer Group's resources ·
National Brain Tumor Society's Support Network for Survivors allows you to search for a survivor by tumor type, age range, or both. You will be able to contact survivors by email through their webs... more

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Kimchi (pronounced “kimchee”) and sauerkraut are made of fermented cabbage. Fermenting cabbage increases its antioxidant content.

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