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@sue20

This is so welcome information. My husband has just found to have GBM4
And 3days he had a ruptured colon and had surgery and now has a colostomy.
He had to go to a rehab and such depression and weakness and cognitive ability. No one address what he was going through with the grief.
Thank you to understanding better.

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Hi @sue20, you and your husband surely have a rough row to hoe. It is so important to acknowledge the grief of what is lost – for both of you and your family.

I want to also let you know that we have a group and blog dedicated to Ostomy.
– Ostomy Support Group https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/ostomy/ Here you can connect with other patients and caregivers who talk about living with an ostomy.
– Living with an Ostomy blog https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/living-with-an-ostomy/ @candywocrn wound and ostomy nurse specialist @candywocrn write this blog about all things ostomy

I see you've already post to the Brain Tumor group. I'll meet you there and connect you with others.