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May 11, 2017
Sunday March 6th, Phil and I received a call from Logan's girlfriend, Kilie. She was on the phone with him as he was driving, the phone went dead and she believed he had a wreck. Logan was home from Sam Houston where he goes to college on his spring break and Phil and I were heading to Bible Study when we got the call. Within 15 minutes, we were at the accident site where EMS, police and the fire dept broke the window to get to him because he was unconscious. Logan apparently had a seizure. Miraculously he was on a highway access road that had a wide ditch. He did not have injuries from the accident. When they pulled him out of the car he was vomiting and couldn't talk. At the ER, they did a CT scan and found a 5cm x 4cm tumor on the left side of his brain. Logan ended up at MD Anderson and was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma brain tumor or GBM level 4. March 16th, Dr Raymond Sawaya at MD operated and did a full resection of the tumor. GBM tumors have "roots" and a very high probability of returning, so Logan is currently undergoing radiation for 30 days and chemo for a year in the Houston area at MD Anderson.