BSF Advisory Board Member and Brain Tumor Activist Cindi Rixey-Scott shares her story at Meningioma Awareness Day 2010

From the time of diagnosis through treatment and recovery, meningioma patients run the full spectrum of emotions. While each person experiences the physical and emotional pain of this disease differently, we hear common themes of emotions felt not only by patients, but also by their caregivers and loved ones. We invite you to read more on these stories of survivorship, both from patients and their caregivers.

Q&A with Patients and Caregivers

A recurring series at the Brain Science Foundation is a series of questions we pose to give a glimpse of how a wide variety of people live their lives with meningiomas and other primary brain tumors.

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