As we were trying to celebrate our quadruplets 1st birthday we were also trying to manage as Greg was suddenly very much not himself . November 1st 2019 our world was shattered when Greg was diagnosed with a large Brain Tumor on his frontal lobe and immediately hospitalized following back to back CT and MRI scans requested by his opthomolygist. Just 19days after his diagnoses he underwent an extensive surgery to resect as much of the tumor as possible which would help in determining the type of tumor it was. Before his diagnosis Greg was suffering from intense migraines that brought on nausea and vomitting. He had other symptoms of forgetfulness and brain fog but nothing compared to the rapid and sudden partial loss of sight. In a matter of 3 months he went from okay to headaches to hospitalized. Thankfully once the tumor was was found, the doctors and Greg's team acted fast. The surgery was successful and he began the healing process. Before Christmas he was given the news his tumor was cancerous and deemed a stage 3 anaplastic-obligodendroglioma. He quickly started Radiationd and chemotherapy and will continue to battle.
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