My veterinarian husband of 14 years suffered a blackout in July of '09 while on an emergency farm call. Many MRIs and a 98% resection of his left side temporal lobe concluded a Glioblastoma. Standard protocol of radiation and Temodar began. We traveled to Duke University and we are now under the guidance of Dr. Reardon and my husband's current protocol. He has right side weakness but is slowly regaining strength and use in both his arm and leg. He is currently on Avastin/CPT11 every 2 weeks and Temodar 5 days every 23 days. I don't wish this cancer on anyone. It is cruel and demanding. I have watched my once "Superman" husband change physically and emotionally and it breaks my heart to see him fight through this.
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