BY Dean Hawkins

My glioblastoma story began on Dec. 28, 2014, when I was scheduled for my annual physical. I’d lost my dad quite suddenly to cancer eight years earlier and was acutely aware of the importance of a routine physical. When my primary care physician asked how I was doing, I told him I was well, with the exception of the terrible headache I’d had the previous day. He suggested a CT scan, and I didn’t think it was a big deal. Little did I know...

Cancerwise blog post: glioblastoma survivor Dean Hawkins with his family