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    Can anyone tell which one is worse or better.  Or just the the difference between the two?

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      My brother had brain surgery on April 15.  They removed 99% of the tumor on right side.  He has some left side problems but is able to walk, talk and do things for himself most of the time.  He's tired all the time and when he comes back from Therapy which last almost 3 hours he is exhausted.  Has anyone else had to do therapy that much?  They say they are trying to retraine his left side of ...

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        My brother had his surgery back on April  15 and they say they got 99% of the tumor.  He had all movements on his left side and speech after he woke up.  He seemed to be doing really good for about two weeks and now the last few days is starting to have trouble with his left side again.  He's very tired and wants to sleep alot.  He also has gotten a head cold or allergies not sure which and t...

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          My brother just had his tumor almost all removed, 99% and was told he couldn't drive either and it had to do with his left vision.  they think he can retrain his vision to work again.  Everything else seems to be okay.  we played cards yesterday and he did find.  His memory is good, he gets up find and goes to the bathroom.  He sleeps in my recliner but gets up in the middle of the night by h...

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             My brother was just diagnosised with Stage 4 astrocytoma 2 weeks ago and has underwent the surgery to remove the tumor a weeks ago today. They have told us that they removed 99% of it.  He is doing really great so far.  No memory problems, able to walk and do alot for himself yet.  He is living with me at the present since I have a 1 story home and don't work.   He starts thearapy tomorrow ...

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              :)  reading this helps me.  My brother is on Keppra and Dex right now.  so your saying when he starts the Chemo he should be on this too.  We have been told that we have one of the best doctors in the world that people come from all the world for him.  I'm hoping they are right.  He is from Turkey and seems very positive about my brother's treatment but I only get information second hand...

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                this is very interesting what you have wrote.  My brother was just diagnosised with Stage 4 astrocytoma 2 weeks ago and has underwent the surgery to remove the tumor a weeks ago today. They have told us that they removed 99% of it.  He is doing really great so far.  No memory problems, able to walk and do alot for himself yet.  He is living with me at the present since I have a 1 story home and do...

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                  this is very interesting what you have wrote.  My brother was just diagnosised with Stage 4 astrocytoma 2 weeks ago and has underwent the surgery to remove the tumor a weeks ago today. They have told us that they removed 99% of it.  He is doing really great so far.  No memory problems, able to walk and do alot for himself yet.  He is living with me at the present since I have a 1 story home and do...

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