My mother-in-law passed away from brain cancer almost three years ago. It was very painful to watch her die but I wouldn't had not gone through it with her. She had come to terms with it all but was sad about leaving her children(all grown). What I regret about the whole thing is #1-not having more time(3mos). #2-Thinking more about quantity of life instead of quality. She had just retired 9 mos. before the diagnosis and wanted to go to the beach. She finally got to go when went to spread her ashes. So what I suggest is ask yourself do you want quantity or quality with your family and friends. Its entirely up to you and don't ever regret your decision.
According to my knowledge the New research has shed light on how the growth of the brain is protected over other organs during periods of starvation. This is one of the most frequent fears about brain tumors is that they might affect a person’s mind.