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Oct 3, 2016 Latest post:
Dec 30, 2016
Welcome to Beth Cox-Morgan's CaringBridge website. We are using it to keep family and friends updated in one place.
On Monday, September 26, Beth drove herself to the emergency room. She had been complaining of headaches that had finally gotten too severe to handle. Initial tests showed a brain tumor and she was admitted to the hospital for additional testing. Throughout the week and after multiple tests, her Doctors determined that Beth has cancer throughout her body. It is considered Stage 4 and inoperable.
At the current time the treatment plan may include radiation and chemotherapy to reduce the tumors' size/swelling, in order to relieve her pain. Beth will remain in the hospital as she begins her treatments.
We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement for Beth. She is able to receive visitors and phone calls to Room 319A at Beaumont/Botsford Campus on Grand River in Farmington Hills.