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    My brother-in-law had a full resection so he did not need a separate biopsy. We are still waiting for the test but once we get the results I will let you know what procedure they did to determine if it was EFGR.

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      We are waiting for the EGFR test.  Thank you for the information on the MRIs.  I did not know that we can request one at anytime.

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        Thank you for getting back to me D. Are you seeing Dr Friedman at Duke?  Also, what clinical trials has your husband participated in?   Did he take any supplements or change his diet in any way? Good luck to you and your husband!

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          Thank you for this information - It is very helpful.  We should be getting the celldex results next week to know if we are even eligible. I've read great things about Cleveland.  Who is your doctor there? Ironically, my dad used to be a medical professor at Duke prior to NU.  I will contact Dr Friedman.  How did you go about doing that initially? The polio trial sounds promising.  It looks...

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            Hi everybody, My brother-in-law recently got diagnosed with GBM (stage 4).  He is 50 years old and was very active prior to the seizure.  The MRI showed a 3cm mass in his left temporal lobe.  He had successful surgery (total resection) at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago on Good Friday and was home on Easter.  The doctors are amazed at how well he is doing after surgery.   The curr...

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