Go Grey in May Day 22

Go Grey in May Day 22
We lost my sister in 2001 at the age of 47. She never married and had no children. She was with us for the last 10 months of her life. My husband was her caregiver while I worked. She was diagnosed about 2 1/2 years before she passed. She was having seizures which led her to the neurologist. Her struggle was much different than my husbands. She became bedridden for several months and could not talk. My husband was still walking around with the help of a walker, however, he fell and broke his hip which resulted in surgery and I think the trauma and anesthesia was too much for his body to handle. He lasted 3 weeks after the surgery. I would love to see them find a cure for GBM so other families don’t go through what we did.

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