Survivor Support

Hello Everyone!

My name is Isabel and I was diagnosed with an inoperable oligodendroglioma (oliga) brain cancer on March 1st, 2003 at the age of 4. I’ve endured thousands of seizures since I was diagnosed, which inspired the formation of the support group, Brain Cancer/Tumor Survivors Coming Together. In my own experience it was difficult to find a place where I felt safe to share my own story. Especially since life changes everyday, and new obstacles constantly arise.

My goal of this support group is to create a welcoming environment in which everyone is able to share their own journey and feel safe. This is a non-professional setting that meets virtually once a month for those 18 and over. We encourage the building of friendships and life long bonds. It is about us coming together because we are indeed survivors.

If you’re interested please contact me by email at

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