Here’s Brandon’s story—
After high school and college Brandon was a volunteer fireman and worked as a Paramedic for Medic in Charlotte NC. In August 2015, he was in High Point Hospital being treated for Rocky Mt Spotted fever when a persistent headache led doctors to do a CT scan at which point they discovered that he had a mass in the left frontal lobe of his brain. At this point he was transferred to UNC Chapel Hill where a plan was formed for treatment.
He had another craniotomy on August 28th, but after a few weeks became very sick with a post op infection and was once again hospitalized when they discovered the tumor had quickly begun to regrow. Due to this and the infection they planned a third surgery for Nov 1st. Shortly after the surgery he suffered a seizure and became unresponsive.
God heard and answered our prayers and after 48 hours he began to respond to us! Miraculously he was released from the hospital the following Sunday Nov 5th! He is doing well recovering at home with minimal side effects but is scheduled to begin a stronger type of chemotherapy in a couple of weeks. He is a strong fighter! -Sandra (Brandon's Mother)
Firefighter on a Vol. fire department. Graduated from the Art Institute of Charlotte. Two "children"
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