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At BTRS we want everyone who has an experience of a brain tumour to be able to share their story and be a part of this charity and as such have created a section for your personal stories and brain tumour experiences.

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The piece below was written by Janet who was, at that time, struggling with her diagnosis and the effects of the disease on her life. Strong language is used to express her feelings and we recommend that young people under the age of 18 do not read this. 
 
This is my story. It covers the trauma of my brain tumour at the age of 44 from my initial seizure, its problems, re-emergence and my life to date at 50.
 
It feels very surreal talking about this subject; but I decided today was the day. I have put off the posting on this topic since I first started blogging a couple of years ago. 
 
 
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