Information for Veterans with Glioblastoma Multiforme Brain Cancer

If you or a loved one have been seeking care for glioblastoma multiforme brain cancer at a Veterans Affairs hospital, you aren’t alone. Although few actual brain cancer studies have been done specifically on military personnel and veterans, statistics show that veterans are diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme more often than members of the general population. Calculations based on data from…

Interview of GBM Caregivers helping those in the battle.

Inspired by her own loss, Addison woman leads network to support those battling Glioblastoma, Watch the interview here. Giving Back. “Sometimes knowing that, you know, somebody is still caring for the caretakers and thinking about us… Just sending that package (Caregiver Kits), and just saying, ‘We’re thinking about you and these are some things that hopefully will help you in…

Occupational Therapy: What it May Look Like For You and Your Loved one with GBM

Author: Amanda Beaton, Master of Occupational Therapy Colorado State University During and after treatment(s) for a brain tumor, patients often have trouble doing the day-to-day things they are used to doing such as work around the house, hobbies, or tasks related to their career or profession. In many cases, even the seemingly simple tasks such as getting dressed, brushing one’s teeth,…

Modern Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery

What is MIPS? Minimally Invasive Parafascicular* Surgery or MIPS changes how neurosurgeons can safely access the brain to remove tumors. New technology allows modern neurosurgeons to move through the natural folds and delicate fibers of the brain reaching the tumor with fewer deficits to the patient. The MIPS procedure has been performed over 25,000 times in more than 250 hospitals…

Cape Coral Fraternal Order of Eagles makes donation to Glioblastoma Support Network.

Press Release GSN receives donation. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Las Vegas, Nevada (Friday, May 21, 2021)  The Glioblastoma Support Network, a non-profit, is pleased to announce they have received a $1,000 donation from the Cape Coral Florida Fraternal Order of Eagles.  The Glioblastoma Support Network’s mission is to provide a one-stop online resource for health care partners, and caregivers of…

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