Be encouraged by David Grant's story
The author of “Surviving and Thriving – my encounter with cancer”
David was diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiforme (Also known as a GBM) in 2005. He was working as a Senior Project Manager for the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and married with a two-year-old daughter. David was told he could have just 12 months to live.
Fast forward to now 2015: David hasn't received cancer medication since 2006 and is now watching his daughter growing up. David shares his amazing story in surviving 10 years of a grade four glioblastoma multiforme. The deadliest of all brain tumours as it is a very fast growing tumour that has no known cure for of yet.
With that being said, his story is evidence that people are surviving far longer than expected. David’s story is of hope for anyone who is recently diagnosed with this death sentence.
“I asked every medic who I came across, what can I do to help myself? They said ‘stay active, don't smoke, don't take caffeine, cook with olive oil and take a glass of red wine a day”. I'm taken aback by this answer. I want to research more. There must be more to it.” – David
David now does a lot of his own research on how to help himself with fighting a GBM after getting very frustrated with the lack of information the doctors were giving him. They were not helping him feel the diet will be the answer to his tumour growing slower…
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Also, download David's FREE book “Surviving and Thriving – my encounter with cancer” which is available on the Brain Tumour Support Website – FREE Here