Damn The Statistics, I Have A Life To Live: Coping With A Brain Tumor My Personal Story H. Charles Wolf

ISBN: 9781410786227

Published: September 1st 2003

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Damn The Statistics, I Have A Life To Live: Coping With A Brain Tumor My Personal Story  by  H. Charles Wolf

Damn The Statistics, I Have A Life To Live: Coping With A Brain Tumor My Personal Story by H. Charles Wolf
September 1st 2003 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9781410786227 | 7.40 Mb

June 3, 2002 was the day that changed my life forever. A 43-year-old father of three, whom in oneday went from being a successful senior manager to a man with a braintumor. I have a glioblastoma multiformegrade IV brain tumor, the most deadly andMoreJune 3, 2002 was the day that changed my life forever.  A 43-year-old father of three, whom in oneday went from being a successful senior manager to a man with a braintumor.  I have a glioblastoma multiformegrade IV brain tumor, the most deadly and aggressive type of brain tumor.  This book covers how I have dealt with lifeafter being informed that I have a tumor that only 1-2% survive for 2years.  I share the experiences, thoughts,and events from my first year as a survivor. When I was first diagnosed, I searched for a book that covered thedetails of what could be expected on both a medical and personal level.  I could not find, so I wrote one.  I maintained a detailed journal.  I cover the first surgery, an awakecraniotomy, and the subsequent head infection that led to a second craniotomyand a near kidney failure.  I also covermy first year of treatments.  Inaddition, I discuss my struggles with relearning to speak and read.  Some personal and medical photos areincluded.



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