Clementine Brown was diagnosed in November 2016 with bleeding on the brain due to a tumor. After a successful surgery to remove the tumor, we had the final devastating diagnosis of cancer, Glioblastoma Multiforme grade 4 (GBM). She went through 6 weeks of radiation and has been given the best news of all - very little to no evidence of disease! We have opted for her to participate in a clinical trial in Pittsburgh to increase her chances of a positive prognosis in the long run. The trial is run by the University of Pittsburgh at UPMC Children’s. We will travel there very often for treatment for the next two years, all while praying for a miracle!
We use this site to give updates on her adventures and progress on this journey. Thank you for all your well wishes, help and prayers!