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BY Matthew Saunders

After a series of nosebleeds in 2005, I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called olfactory neuroblastoma. I had surgery to remove the skull base tumor in my sinus cavity, followed by radiation therapy. I was then cancer-free for almost 15 years.

But in September 2019, I discovered a lump on the side of my neck. The cancer had returned and spread to my lymph nodes.

An MRI confirmed that the tumor had returned...

Skull base tumor survivor Matthew Saunders with his family

BY Kevin Thurman

Until a few years ago, my father was the only person in my family who’d ever had cancer. In 1997, he was diagnosed with mesothelioma, which...