A moving tribute to friendship and important information about the signs and symptoms of brain tumors.
May is National Brain Tumor Awareness Month. This is something I was never aware of or ever thought about until this month. My dear friend Maggi is in the hospital fighting for her life against a malignant brain tumor.
I have been blest to call Maggi my friend since I was 20 years old. She was the first friend I made from our Medical School crowd. She was an instant friend. She was smart and kind. She loved to read all kind of books, she was a woman’s libber, she believed in Martin Luther King’s cause and she was kind to everyone. She loved to dance and listened to all kinds of music and was always up for an adventure or a road trip.
As Maggi got older she didn’t change. Her kindness to others only increased. She has legions of loyal friends because of this wonderful quality. She has…
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