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    It looks great, but the problem is the crusty bread :( Maybe if I trimmed the crust off before toasting it...

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      Oh I am going to try this... looks great!

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      • rcassick has commented on a blog post

        Oddly enough, just about a year prior to finding out that I had GBM 4 I had made the decision in my life to become a vegetarian and get healthier. Now, looking back, I wonder if this was not my brains way of signaling me that 'something's coming, you better get ready to handle it'. Since then I have not had any red meat (I still eat chicken and fish), completely tapered off things like soda (only water, tea, an...

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          I myself find this site to be one of the best interactive places so far. It provides a ton of useful information, offers a great platform to interact with others, and offers a great amount of useful information along the way. I have stuck to it here since I found it, and love the place.

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          About rcassick

          Survivor, Patient
          Brain Cancer
          Chemotherapy, Diagnostic Imaging, Side Effects, Support, Cancer Treatments

          Diagnosed with Stage 4 GBM after 2 Seizures in Nov 2009. Been through radiation and Chemo and starting on a continued course of Temodar and Avastin. Driving again and things are so far looking better, but I still feel it looming, like a cloud. I also feel guilt that some are doing so much worse and I can do nothing but offer my best wishes. I hope that is truly enough. Oh, and yes, this picture was taken WAY beofre treatments so you can see I had a lot of hair. Things right now is starting to turn a but 'junk' but I need to see how those go right now as far as new radiation. More data common to happen there on.

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