I hope readers will not mind the silence on these pages since my chemotherapy treatment ended in April 2017. I’m pleased to report that MRI scans since have shown only stability in the brain tumour, so there’s little else to report except occasional seizures. My next MRI will be in February 2018, unless anything changes. I’ll keep you updated.
I am pleased to report that I’ve use the time between treatment and now to write a new book on glioblastoma brain tumours, which I hope many of you will find useful. I welcome any feedback, or reviews.
Thanks for following Bicycles and Brain Tumours.
Glioblastoma – A guide for patients and loved ones
Your guide to glioblastoma and anaplastic astrocytoma brain tumours
Too often they can be life changing, even life limiting for patients, wreaking devastation on their families.
This readable, moving and non technical guide is your comprehensive patient focussed guide to these obstinate brain cancers.
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