Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Online Brain Tumor Support Groups


Have a brain tumor? Feeling alone? Need somebody to talk to who understands – and possible has the same or similar problems/fears/concerns/anger?

Or maybe you are a caregiver with all of the above-mentioned feelings percolating and just ready to boil over?

I found lots of help through online brain tumor communities…and there’s more than one. The National Brain Tumor Society has a pretty comprehensive list for adults and young adults and teens. 


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