Glioblastoma is one of the most under-funded and under-supported cancers there is. This cancer moves so fast. And it is so hard for families to feel up to speed (and cope) fast enough.

As a primary care partner (a better choice of words I think), I don’t have a lot of free time to answer emails. But if you or a loved one is fighting glioblastoma, and you need direction, information and support, send me a note here and I’ll try to share what I know, if it’s not already on this blog.

With two conditions.  1) You agree that I’m not a medical health professional. I can only share our experiences so far and any information I share does not and can not replace the care and advice of a doctor. Your choices are yours and yours alone. 2) You promise to pay the favor forward, and step out to help another GBM patient or family. Glioblastoma is cruel. No one understands what we’re going through like another family in the same boat. And we all could use a little more love and compassion.