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BY Colin Clarke

My brain tumor symptom came on Feb. 15, 2015. I was playing in a soccer match with my team -- Express -- at Meyer Park in Spring, Texas. I burst though our opponent’s defense and calmly knocked the ball home for a goal. Seconds after the restart, I headed the ball.

What happened next was the first of multiple seizures. After passing out, I woke up on a stretcher as I was being put into an ambulance. This was not part...

Cancerwise blog post: Oligodendroglioma survivor recalls brain tumor treatment

BY Denham Turner

“If I were your son, what exactly would you have me do?” This was my question to Alfred Yung, M.D., as I looked him directly in the eye on...

BY Meagan Raeke

When Cristy Hardy started dating her now-husband, Kyle, he had a “crazy scar” from brain tumor surgery a year earlier. The benign tumor had...

BY Steven J. Frank, M.D.

As the MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center marks its eighth year, we have a lot to celebrate. We've made phenomenal progress, and we're standing on the forefront of an extremely exciting time in cancer treatment.

A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing event. Thanks to the advances in technology, research and science behind proton therapy, we are changing the way that people around the world fight cancer. As new breakthroughs are...

Steven J. Frank, M.D.

BY MD Anderson

Oligodendroglioma survivor Mike Givens has been a dedicated fundraiser and philanthropist for many years. But it wasn't until after his second...

BY Dawn Dorsey

Chances are you've worked with someone like Gail Goodwin, a program manager in MD Anderson's External Communications office. She's the one...

BY Gail Goodwin

This post is part of our Survivorship Week series, June 2-9.

I'm a survivor, he's a survivor and she's a survivor, too.

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