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GBM

Glioblastoma is often considered the deadliest cancer with an average survival of 14-18 months. After seeing several promising and innovative treatments, we believe there will be a cure for glioblastoma in this lifetime. 

Shobha fought courageously for three years, beating the odds, and teaching fitness and meditation the first two years. She had five brain surgeries, rounds of radiation, experimental chemos, immunotherapy, alternative treatments, dietary changes, dozens of road trips to her hospital in LA, and probably a million pokes - she is the very definition of a survivor and warrior. 

After losing the ability to walk and communicate clearly, she still managed to entertain everyone in the room, in classic Shobha fashion. Just weeks before passing, she was smiling and making funny faces for the camera.​ It brought her comfort to know that she could be helping others through her experience. We hope to fulfill that wish and raise awareness to help others.

Here is an article about GBM and Shobha's experience

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