The date, I received my diagnosis of stage 4 gliolblastoma was , December 7, 2010, and the irony was not lost on me, as it became our personal Pearl Harbor day sneak attack that we never could have imagined.
A couple days after returning home from the hospital we heard the song â€œThe best Part of the Dayâ€ recently released by Elton John and Leon Russell for the first time. Music has always been a mainstay in our lives that has helped us through tough times, and to celebrate good times. Through these past weeks and months weâ€™ve done our best to seek the best part of each day as tough as that has been at times. The on-going blessings, and support we receive during this time continue to humble me deeply.
This journey we find ourselves on continues to present many challenges on multiple fronts, but also many opportunities. We look forward to joining the efforts occurring locally, and nationally to raise awareness, and funds to support research through the ABTA, and to provide help wherever needed.
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All proceeds will benefit research programs of the American Brain Tumor Association.
The American Brain Tumor Association is a not-for-profit, independent organization. Not affiliated with any one institution,
Founded in 1973 out of a desperate need, the American Brain Tumor Association exists to eliminate brain tumors through research and to meet the needs of brain tumor patients and their families.