Patrick writes with intelligence and dark humor about what’s like living with GBM.
You can feel alone and isolated, but help is at hand. Find out about the GBM Standard of Care, important questions to ask your doctor, tissue collection, and requesting a second opinion.
WPRI reporter Ted Nesi covers new treatments for GBM and talks about his own personal experience losing a loved one to this terrible disease.
My Brother Died of Brain Cancer. 20 Years Later, I Had It, Too.
I was told it didn’t run in families. Was it just chance?
We Are Living With Brain Cancer. Here’s How Biden Could Help Us.
Like Beau Biden, we have glioblastoma. It doesn’t get the attention it should.
The National Brain Tumor Society has good tips on what to expect when having brain surgery, including ideas for care partners. People who receive a glioblastoma diagnosis are usually completely shocked and not prepared, this information may help.