Who I ride for…Please Support the 2016 Boston Brain Tumor Ride

Over 300 stories. 300 unique experiences. Patients, survivors, family, friends...everyone in some way had a connection to the devastation caused by brain tumors. To sit in a room with these 300 people was humbling because they represented a web of countless others whose lives have been impacted by a brain tumor. Last week, I was in …

11 Years Later…What’s Changed…What Hasn’t? Please support Brain Tumor Research!

Please support the National Brain Tumor Society's Boston Brain Tumor Ride by donating to Team Jeremy Yesterday, 11 years ago, I stared up at the lights of the operating room at Mass General Hospital, counting down with the anesthesiologist as I was about to undergo brain surgery that would change the course of my life.  Most …

‘Serendipity’…a story of friendship and support

My best friend from Indonesia, Tya, wanted to learn how to use an animation program.  She chose to make her first video about our serendipitous friendship, as well as raise awareness about the National Brain Tumor Society's Boston Brain Tumor Ride.  Tya is helping organize a group of virtual riders who will participate in the ride …

Medical Update 3: On Feeling Powerless, Moving Forward, and my Treatment Plan

Since my last medical update, a lot has happened in a short amount of time.  I have been writing throughout the past week about what has been going on, so instead of separating it into different blog posts, I have put it all under one post with multiple sections: Part 1:  Written Wednesday, January 14th …