BY Jason House

I believe everything happens for a reason. So, when I was diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma — an aggressive type of brain cancer — in February 2017, I figured maybe it was so I could help someone else get through that same thing later on. That’s just the way I look at life.

Whatever I can do to help people, I want to do it. That’s why I’m sharing my story. Because I went from having multiple seizures a day to having virtually...

Astrocytoma survivor Jason House

BY Meagan Raeke

How often does a brain tumor save your life? In Kellilyn Monar’s case, it may have done just that. She’d planned to be at the Route 91 Music...

BY Meagan Raeke

When Robert Alvarez was diagnosed with a low-grade insular brain tumor in 2013, he decided to hope for the best and postpone treatment.

BY Niki Schoessow

My husband, Coleman Schoessow, draws vibrant, abstract, stream-of-consciousness art with ink on canvas. He discovered this hidden talent during brain tumor treatment. He began using art as a form of relaxation and meditation, but it’s become something so much more than that.

Black and white: a brain tumor diagnosis

On Oct. 5, 2013, Coleman and I had our own uniquely perfect wedding. We were practically giddy in love. Then...

Cancerwise blog post: Brain tumor survivor uses art to cope with brain tumor treatment