Living With a Brain Tumor
A brain tumor diagnosis can leave you feeling uncertain over what the future holds. Your fears and concerns are valid and shared amongst others that have been through this journey. Whether you decide to turn to family and friends, your medical team, social workers, or support groups – never forget that you are not alone on your journey.
What to Expect
Brain cancer can impact all aspects of your life. There are resources available to help you cope. A brain tumor can be challenging not only to the person battling the disease but also for caregivers and loved ones. Knowing what to expect can ease your fears.
Living with a brain tumor can be difficult. You can find comfort and strength through support groups and by communicating openly with your family and doctor. Hearing from others whose lives are affected by a brain tumor can help relieve the stress of isolation.
Join the celebration of people who are fighting brain tumors while being an inspiration to those who are carrying forward. Brains for the Cure is made possible because of the generous donations to Head for the Cure. The mission of Head for the Cure is to raise awareness and funding to inspire hope for the community of brain cancer patients, their families, friends, caregivers and other supporters, while celebrating their courage, spirit and energy.