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by Maria2007 on Fri Mar 10, 2017 09:46 AM
Last week our daughter Maria had a new MRI, and the result was very bad. The oncologist gives her only a few weeks to live, and there will be no treatment anymore.
4 years ago we adopted her from Bulgaria when she was 5 years old, and it was love at first sight. She is such a sweet and beautiful girl, and now we are loosing her,we can't cope with that. The new tumor ( probably GBM) is making her sometimes get aggressively towards us. When we touch her, she is saying " I have you " and she reapids that very often. It's so very hard to hear that, because you know it's not our daughter saying that, but the pressure of the new tumor.
In June 2016 she got the diagnosis AA3, and 95% was removed. She had 1DH1, and everything was going good.
She is now sleeping on a special bed in the living room, and we sleeps there also. Sometimes my wife and I can't take it anymore, but we have to be there for her.
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