Life After Brain Cancer

Northwestern Medicine
Cancer Care/Oncology July 12, 2012

In May, we shared with you the personal story of Meg Keating, a 31 year-old brain tumor survivor. Meg was diagnosed with a grade IV glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) after she suffered a seizure during lunch with her coworkers. GBMs are the most common and aggressive type of primary brain tumors. In her blog, she shared what it was like going through treatment and living life as a brain cancer survivor. The health and wellness television program Living Healthy Chicago recently profiled Meg and her inspiring story of how she turned to running after her cancer treatment. Check out Meg's story in the video below:


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