Aaron Robinson Aaron Robinson's Journey

First post: Jan 6, 2016 Latest post: Nov 3, 2019
On 12/31/15, at age 40, Aaron Robinson was diagnosed with Stage 4 Glioblastoma Multiforme, one of the most aggressive forms of Brain Cancer. In January 2016, Aaron had an Open Awake Craniotomy for his tumor resection surgery and did treatments at Hope4Cancer. Aaron has continued to do his home treatments, but has been experiencing increasing neurological symptoms and exhaustion from high and low grade tumor regrowth. Aaron will have his 2nd surgery October 10 – his biggest procedure yet – and then would like to follow it up with additional treatments at Hope4Cancer. Doctors at UCLA are estimating a 6 week recovery from the surgery, and then Aaron would like to go back to Hope4Cancer for 3 weeks. The costs of his medical care while closing their business are very expensive and they very much appreciate the financial help. They appreciate your prayers for his healing and wisdom. He is a wonderful husband to Jennifer and father of 2. Their family lives, runs their small business, and goes to school in Newbury Park. Their son, Jonah, a recent NPHS Grad, was on the Mountain Bike team and is applying to serve in the U.S. Army. Their daughter, Kayla, a freshman at NPHS, plays Volleyball on the JV team.

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