My brother (who is only 32,) was diagnosed w a tumor a little over 2 weeks ago. He had been having headaches and slightly blurred vision for a month or two. He is a new father to a beautiful 3 month old baby girl and loving husband. He went in fo a routine eye exam. Immediately his eye doctor noticed something was not "right." He was referred to a specialist who only days later informed him he had a tumor. Within less than a week he was scheduled for surgery. Initially when meeting w the surgeon while my brother was in the recovery room/ICU, we were told it looked like Oligodendroglioma and that he would hava a long road ahead. I sensed during this conversation there was "more" going on, however since we were told by the surgeon that he believed he removed 95.9% of the tumor, we carefully just "took it all in." We would then have to wait to find out which grade it was. Now, when meeting to be fitted to prepare for radiation another meeting was scheduled where his diagnosis was changed to glioblastoma, stage IV. We are all so overwhelmed. Not to mention, we were told they initially thought 95.9% was removed, when in reality only 30% was. Seems every bit of info that shared w our family initially was way off base. The surgeons at Froedert Hospital in Milwaukee have agreed to meet with him to discuss the possibility of removing more of the tumor w a second surgery. He had surgery in GB initially, however it seems the Froedert team thinks more could possibly be removed. We are trying to stay strong...I would appreciate any thoughts, encouraging words or info. Just feeling so overwhelmed as a whole. Thank you. Blessings.