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Jun 24, 2016 · My husband was dx with glioblastoma in Caregivers

Hi, thank you for your words! He did just fine with the pills. I guess it has to do with his age, maybe. He is a tall guy, he used to be a runner so he is in very good shape. Yes, I’m kind of concerned about side effects but this is kind of our only choice, I guess. We don’t have any specific plans, I just want to be with him, no matter where.

Jun 24, 2016 · My husband was dx with glioblastoma in Caregivers

Thank you for your words! Eventhough I don’t know you, I really appreciate it! Thank God, he is actually being treated by excellent doctors. We live in Mexico City and we are very pleased with how things have come so far. I look at him everyday and it’s like nothing really happened, you know? He is doing so good! There is actually this doctor who is a neuro oncologyst and he is good, he is really involved with research! Like I said before, thank you so very much for your kind words!

Jun 24, 2016 · My husband was dx with glioblastoma in Caregivers

Hi everyone! My dad was dx with glioblastoma stage 4. I’m 27. He is 58 years old, never been sick before. He had surgery on March 15th, 2016. The tumor was completely removed, thank God. We had his MRIs on April 17th and the drs said it was a perfect surgery. The next one will be on September, 2016, we still don’t know the day. He completed his radiations and Temadar on June 3th, 2016. And now he is staring again with Temadar 100mg 5 days every 28 days, on July 1st, 2016. Our lifes have completely changed since we found out about this. At the beginning, we didn’t really now what it was about but now we know and all I can say is that these have been, by far, the worst months of my life. He is still full of life, this is so unfair… He is fine now, I mean, scared but no more headaches, his tumor was on the right front part of the brain wich kind of helped because he speaks, walks… I mean, everything normal. I can’t even describe my sadness and anguish! But when I look at him, I feel happy, so… Lets see what happens! does anyone would like to share a positive testimony about this tumor?