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Surgery or no surgery: possible low-grade glioma?

Brain Tumor | Last Active: Jul 19, 2020 | Replies (21)

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Hello ginette55 @ginette55 ,
I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis. I myself have a GBM for 18 months which is centered in the middle of the brain and therefore inoperable. I have had chemo for 13 months and the tumor remains stable. This is to tell you that there are sometimes possibilities to control the growth of the tumor. Is it the best thing to do? In my case, there is too much risk of cognitive loss to have surgery. I have also been taking several supplements for 1 year and keto diet. It seems to help. Also, I am currently reading Jane Mc Lelland's book: How to starve cancer.
Hoping it will help you. Courage. There is always hope.

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Replies to "Hello ginette55 @ginette55 , I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis. I myself have a GBM..."

It is the right way to go. I have a keto regime take a lots of supplements and vitamins, exercise and be active and positive. Fortunately I don't have any symptom even I feel very tired sometimes, But there is hope as you said. Have a good day.