STROKE - KYRIEELEISON

Oh No Associated with High-Grade Astrocytoma (also called Glioblastoma). Posted on May 8, 2012 View this journey (6 Experiences)

Cray suffered a mini stroke from the Avastin that went undetected for weeks until he mentioned he couldn't see. Chemotherapist sends us to a Neurologist who advises us to stop the Avastin because Cray is at risk for another stroke. Chemotherapist chats with Neurologist who has a sudden change of heart and now encourages Cray to contunue the Avastin or he will die quickly from the tumor progression.First time in the year of dealing with this medical situation that we have recived conflicting information and that I feel uneasy now.

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