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Greg continues his treatment journey for GBM.
I remember that moment feeling like I was in the middle of a fire, and it was going to eat me alive. But it did not. I found a way to get up; I found a way to rise up.
After being diagnosed with cancer, one of the biggest goals is completing treatment for good. What do you do in that moment when your oncologist says he doesn't need to see you anymore?
Just because you are a healthy individual, that does not mean you should do it all. It is important to take care of yourself.
What do these numbers really mean?
When treatments are working, it can be hard for loved ones to understand the divide between appearances and the reality of the diagnosis.
There is no right way to deal with the various crises life throws our way, so we try to make sense of them and love through it and live, despite the inevitability of our existence.
Fortunately, cancer awareness has increased, and so have treatment options. One of my goals is to encourage patients and families to maximize their use of available resources to minimize post-treatment challenges and discomfort.