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  • bryastroligo has replied to a post on the message board

    We live in Brazil it's illigal here unfortunaly!  I'm deff going to try your other tips tho! Thank you so much! 

    January 13 at 5:31 PM view post
    • bryastroligo has replied to a post on the message board

      Hi Mack,  Thank you so much for sharing with me your experience.  My dad's tumor com located in the frontal lobo it was about 7cm big with some swelling moving toward his corpus callosum, they resected about 80% of the tumor and left about 20% do to the placement, we were told by his neurosurgeon that if they went in the 20% it would have done damage his motors abilities and we where told that they are ab...

      January 12 at 4:13 PM view post
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        January 10 at 10:18 PM
        • bryastroligo has created a new message board discussion

          Hi guys,  My dad just recently had surgery to remove a tennis ball size tumor and with biopsy we found out it was a oligodendroglioma stage III. His surgery went really well and he had no major post op complications, it has now been 2 months since surgery and he is currently doing radiotherapy and will start chemotherapy. But our biggest concern is that during the day he is very very sleepy barely talks and is ...

          January 10 at 9:26 PM view discussion
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          Physical therapy student; 25; Dad was diagnosed with oligodendroglioma stage III; seeking for help, suggestions, life experiences, Q&A,emotional support, personal experiences

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