Getting the most accurate diagnosis possible is important if you suspect that you have a brain tumor. That diagnosis will help your medical team pinpoint the best course of treatment for you.
Making a decision about treatment can feel overwhelming. In a short time, you are called upon to make critical decisions about your future, many of which are confusing and frightening. It is important to work together with your medical team to determine the best course of treatment for you.
Sometimes a brain tumor that has gone into remission will come back. There is no way to know if or when a tumor will recur, so it is very important to continue to have regular check-ins with your medical team.
Survivorship comes with its own challenges and can be a complicated part of having a brain tumor. It is common for people to experience a mixture of feelings including joy, concern, relief, guilt, and fear at many points during their brain tumor journey.
End of Life
Navigating end-of-life care is a difficult time when both patients and caregivers will have many questions on what to expect, hospice care, and coping with the loss of a loved one.