UF Health Brain Tumor Education Day is open to all who are impacted by a brain tumor disease throughout the State of Florida and southeastern US. Held on the University of Florida campus, our educational day is an excellent opportunity for guests to ask questions about all brain tumor treatments…
Just four months after Orlando Sentinel editor Beth Kassab’s husband, Grady, was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor, she received a brain tumor diagnosis of her own.
Out of the 20,000 genes a person has, Cristina Matos lucked out with a genetic mutation that would save her life. In August 2014, Cristina Matos was diagnosed with a glioblastoma, a fatal brain cancer that spread to her spine. She was in horrible pain, bed-ridden.
"I thought I knew all about brain tumors, but to see it first-hand, it gave me a completely fresh view."