As a brain tumour survivor I often find myself talking to others about the disease, sharing information and letting them
Ben Seewald lives in Kingston, ON where his hobbies keep him active playing softball and running. He loves to cook, listen to great music and enjoys spending time with his remarkable partner and family. He is also a dedicated and active member within the brain tumour community raising critically needed funds and lending support wherever it is needed.
There have been improvements in the last several years and there are treatments for children with brain tumours, but often the treatment of these very ill children comes at a high price.
10/21/2013 04:17 EDT
In my post last week I shared a bit about October's Brain Tumour Awareness Month, but also about the hope and strength of
10/07/2013 09:19 EDT
This October 837 Canadians will hear the words, "you have a brain tumour." And these newly diagnosed patients and their families will add their voice to the chorus of 55,000 survivors, like me, across Canada as part of Brain Tumour Awareness Month.
09/30/2013 08:57 EDT
In my inaugural posting I introduced myself and my journey, to demonstrate how it has brought me to where I am today. I also
07/03/2013 05:57 EDT
It has been almost 17 years since I heard the startling words that changed my life forever. "You have a brain tumour" -- those five little words had the power to turn my life upside down and set me on a completely different course in life.
04/30/2013 05:26 EDT
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