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  • stellaone2 has replied to a post on the message board

    Yes, a little on the insensitive side is what we got too, I'm igniring all of those statistics, but not being blind to them, just praying.  Thank you

    October 30, 2012 view post
    • stellaone2 has replied to a post on the message board

      Thank you, it was my mistake, a lot to take in in these last few days, it is a grade 4 gbm.

      October 30, 2012 view post
      • stellaone2 has replied to a post on the message board

        Thank you, and I am very happy to hear 20 years, keep on fighting, that is amazing.  I will have to check that out, thank you again

        October 27, 2012 view post
        • stellaone2 has replied to a post on the message board

          Of course we want to get as much out as possible, but they advise us that if they were to go in and try and remove the majority, he would completely lose the functioning of his left side(as it is already very weak).  To us, him especially, that's not a big loss if that is something that will be able to give him some more time on this earth.  We are hoping for anoher quick recovery on what would be his fourt...

          October 27, 2012 view post
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            They had told us that abuot 80% of it was removed.  But because of it's location, they will never to be able to go for all of it successfully.  This is all so new to me, terminology and all, but I am pretty sure it's a GBO.  They are constatntly telling us about the grades he has gone through for the past 13 years, and we were positive that it was grade 2/3 at the beginning of the year.  It seems ...

            October 27, 2012 view post
            • stellaone2 has replied to a post on the message board

              Thank you for the responses.  I am pretty positive that it is GBO.  Every doctor appointment we go to, the neurosurgeon refers to it as a glioblastoma.  At the beginning of this year, they told us he was riding the cusp of a grade 2, or 3.  But two months before his 3rd surgery he advised us to act quickly because it had slipped into a grade 4.  It is located in the cerebral cortex.  The...

              October 27, 2012 view post
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                Who knew life could be so cruel.  About a year and a half ago I met my soul mate, who had been diagnosed with a GBO in 1999.  It wasn't until right before his third brain surgery this year, that we found out it was a grade 4.  He is currently on temador for a year, doing radiation for a month, and has to take kepra every day for the rest of his life. But what's after that? This man means everything to ...

                October 27, 2012 view discussion
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