In 2004, I went in for a MRI, and there was this hazy spot on the left frontal lobe. They went in and took a sample, and it came back negative. Went on with my chronic migraines, and life. Later that year went to Mayo (who did nothing but take money) and they did a MRI, and said that there was nothing there. The hazy spot was still there, the doctor said was just fluid. So, for several years I went on in my life, with migraines. Then in 2008, the pain was so severe, I went in for another MRI, and the hazy spot was bigger. The doctors looked at it and determined that they had to remove it. So, I went in on the 27th of May, 2008 to the Deaconess Hospital in Billings, Montana and the neorsurgeon removed my left frontal lobe. They examined it and found out that I had cancer. Stage 4 brain cancer, called oligoastrocytoma. I went through Chemo pills that were mailed to me, and radation treatment. I am a five year survivor who has met people with stage 1 brain cancer who haved died within the week. I am proud to be a survivor. I had a great team and a great family. I thank the Lord everyday for my family and the doctors.
Brandy R. Taylor