Christopher Cherbini
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Hi All,
 
This year as a family we are participating in our first brain tumor walk.  As most of you know my wife Debbie has been fighting for 9+ years a brain tumor that has invaded her left temporal lobe.  In April of 2014 oncologists and neurosurgeons decided that the tumor was becoming unstable and surgery was highly recommended.  On April 29, 2014, Debbie had an awake craniotomy that lasted about 8 hours.  The surgery caused many deficits and caused Debbie to have to relearn words and ways to compensate for memory loss.  After surgery she went through 5 months of chemotherapy and radiation.  Through it all she has remained the best mom to our 2 daughters and tried very hard on the outside to keep it together.  Even when she felt her worst, she tried not to put added stress on me.  Every 3 months she has scan to see if the tumor has changed or grown since they were only able to take a small amount out.  Thankfully she has been stable for almost 5 years.  With the many prayers from family and friends we have been lucky.   
 
That being said I am excited for our family to participate in the National Walk To End Brain Tumors - New Egypt. Money raised from this event will be used for brain tumor research.
 
Today nearly 700,000 people in the United States are living with a primary brain tumor, and more than 69,000 others will be diagnosed this year. Brain tumors are often deadly, impact quality of life, and change everything for patients and their loved ones.
 
Please help by sponsoring us today.  You can either donate or join our team to walk.   
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RAISING MONEY FOR...
100% of every dollar raised from this event will go toward important brain tumor research, through the Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc.  100% of event costs are generously paid for by local and national sponsors.
MY STORY
Hi All,
 
This year as a family we are participating in our first brain tumor walk.  As most of you know my wife Debbie has been fighting for 9+ years a brain tumor that has invaded her left temporal lobe.  In April of 2014 oncologists and neurosurgeons decided that the tumor was becoming unstable and surgery was highly recommended.  On April 29, 2014, Debbie had an awake craniotomy that lasted about 8 hours.  The surgery caused many deficits and caused Debbie to have to relearn words and ways to compensate for memory loss.  After surgery she went through 5 months of chemotherapy and radiation.  Through it all she has remained the best mom to our 2 daughters and tried very hard on the outside to keep it together.  Even when she felt her worst, she tried not to put added stress on me.  Every 3 months she has scan to see if the tumor has changed or grown since they were only able to take a small amount out.  Thankfully she has been stable for almost 5 years.  With the many prayers from family and friends we have been lucky.   
 
That being said I am excited for our family to participate in the National Walk To End Brain Tumors - New Egypt. Money raised from this event will be used for brain tumor research.
 
Today nearly 700,000 people in the United States are living with a primary brain tumor, and more than 69,000 others will be diagnosed this year. Brain tumors are often deadly, impact quality of life, and change everything for patients and their loved ones.
 
Please help by sponsoring us today.  You can either donate or join our team to walk.   
View your Public Fundraising Page
Share with your family and friends.
Share Share
RAISING MONEY FOR...
100% of every dollar raised from this event will go toward important brain tumor research, through the Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc.  100% of event costs are generously paid for by local and national sponsors.

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