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.

  • Kelly Greer

    Monday, November 14th, 2016
    Patient Q. How was your meningioma discovered? A. I went to the ER after getting “lost” in Target after having experienced the worst headache of my life the day...
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  • Lindy Klarenbeek

    Monday, November 14th, 2016
    Patient, Executive Director, Meningioma Mommas Q. How did you become a caregiver? A. My elderly aunt was diagnosed with seven meningiomas. Q. Did you have any training? From what...
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  • Liz Holzemer

    Monday, November 14th, 2016
    Patient, Founder of Meningioma Mommas Q. How was your meningioma discovered? A. My meningioma was discovered after a frustrating journey of trying to find an explanation for my alarming...
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  • Nancy Conn-Levin

    Monday, November 14th, 2016
    Patient Q. How was your meningioma discovered? A. My meningioma was discovered during diagnostic testing, which was suggested following visual changes I experienced from the tumor. The MRI scan...
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  • Nancy Waring

    Monday, November 14th, 2016
    Patient Q. How was your meningioma discovered? A. At a friend’s insistence, I went to see my primary care doctor about a large hard bump in the middle of...
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