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Christina B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

earth, Washington
I am just this woman with six kids, a big dog and a great husband. I stay home and am going to school next year...crazy? I also happen to be a brain tumor survivor, I have MS and have had a "female" issues.

Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Albuquerque, New Mexico
I'm a 35 year old mother and wife living with cancer. My two oldest children and I were diagnosed six years ago with MEN2a and Medullary Thyroid Cancer. At the time I was also diagnosed with Metastatic Medullary Thyroid Cancer and Pheochromocytomas (adrenal tumors). Everything since then has been one very loopy rollercoaster ride.

TheMuscleKitchen .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Los Angeles, California
in 1999, I realized I was eating smarter than most bipeds who begged for my 'secrets'. That began a huge, wonderful journey and third career, nutrition. It's not about popping more pills, rather it's eating real pure foods to avoid as many pills as possible. Doing so helped me recover from an often untreatable dementia. The lightbulb in my head was dimmed for months (semi-comatose), but the...

Al and Pala Health Maven

Canada
    Al Link and Pala Copeland are relationship and sexuality mentors. Our Tantric sacred sexuality practice dates back to 1987 (over 20 years). We have been sharing our knowledge and experience with others in writing, speaking, workshops, and personal coaching since 1997. Our work and our passion is to help others learn how to create love for a lifetime together,...
Communities: Relationships & Sex

xoxomarebear Patient Expert

Memphis, Tennessee
I am a contrarian, lawyer, problem child, Philly Eagles fan, amateur blogger, genius and Mama. I am a first-time parent, together with my beloved Husbatron, thrown into trial by fire learning to parent a child with a brain tumor in an inpatient hospital environment. My goals are to further my own knowledge of brain tumors generally but specifically Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumors. When my...
Communities: Cancer

LadyVroom

Oakland, California
I'm a 30-something professional woman who's mother & brother were both diagnosed with Grade 3Astrocytoma tumors within about a week of each other. My mother's tumor is in her brain, and my brother's tumor is in his spinal cord, causing him to lose feeling in his arms & legs. These writings are about my experiences dealing with them, coping, loving them, loving myself, and living my...
Communities: Skiing, Hockey, Yoga , ...

D

California
I have known about my meningioma for about 3 years...I am the one who asked my osteopath...who is the one doctor I trust, and is the one who usually takes care of my headaches, until they get beyond him and he kicks me back out into the cold cruel world of "neurologists" and the idiots that reign therein.  Meds, especially pain meds, and I don't get along...which is funny,...

Ashley's Mom Patient Expert

California
Ashley's Mom (Deborah), once a police officer, is now a computer professional who balances her work life and her very busy home life as the single parent of four unique children. Deborah's  birth son, Chip, is 18 years old and will be going off to college in the Fall of 2009. When Chip was 5 years old, Deborah adopted her daughter, Ashley. Ashley, now 14years old, was born 14 weeks...

Kim F. Patient Expert

North East, Pennsylvania
Somewhere around November 18th or 19th of 2007, I started feeling what I thought were Carpal Tunnel symptoms in my right hand. The symptoms included: tingling of my fingers, numbness, and I was having trouble typing. I went out and bought wrist guards, and things designed to help CT patients. The symptoms continued for about two weeks and I promised I?d visit the doctor after Thanksgiving....

Julie S. Patient Expert

Panama City, Florida
The Brain Tumor Journal blog (braintumorjournal.blogspot.com) is my mother's story of her 30+ years of experiences associated with meningioma brain tumors . She wrote her story to help others that face the same challenges and disabilities that she faced. She wrote this journal over a period of years between about 1988-1995 before the advent of user friendly blogs. The original title was "I...
Communities: General Medicine