Bob Riter

Being OK with Brain Cancer

Posted October 22nd, 2015

Most cancers become life-threatening when they spread, or metastasize, from the original site to distant organs. Brain cancer is different in that it rarely metastasizes elsewhere. That isn’t much consolation, however, because the brain is our most essential organ. Emily is a young woman with brain cancer. She’s had two surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. […]

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Symptom Management: Headaches and Seizures [Webinar]

Posted September 1st, 2014

Join us for this informative webinar focusing on brain tumor symptom management.

CancerLand Bookshelf: Chief Complaint: Brain Tumor

Posted March 6th, 2013

Author: John Kerastas Publisher: Sunstone Press, 2012 | $16.95 US Information: ISBN: 9780865349087 OncoLink Rating: At first glance, John Kerastas and I couldn’t be more different from one another. For starters, he’s a guy recovering from recent treatment for a brain tumor and I’m a 15 year breast cancer survivor. Then there’s the issue of geography; […]