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Brain Tumor Patient Story – Mr. Sowers

September 2, 2021

One morning this summer, Mr. Sowers woke up to the room spinning with an indescribable headache. A week before this episode, Mr. Sowers had developed an extreme fear of going down the stairs—something that he had never experienced beforehand. With these confusing symptoms, Mr. Sowers called a few friends, and they drove him up to … Continued

Spine Surgery Patient Testimonial – Joe Romano

June 15, 2021

In August of 2018, Mr. Joe Romano noticed numbness in his left leg that progressively worsened over the next three months. Mr. Romano works at UNC Health with Dr. Price. While crossing paths with Dr. Price in the hall, Mr. Romano asked about his symptoms, and Dr. Price suggested that he be evaluated formally with … Continued

Pituitary Tumor Patient at UNC Health – Ms. Godley

June 8, 2021

Around three years ago, Ms. Godley had a pituitary tumor removed by Dr. Quinsey and Dr. Thorp, a surgeon from UNC’s Department of Otolaryngology. She had noticed that her wedding ring and shoes were fitting a bit tighter, common symptom of acromegaly. She also felt some dizziness getting in and out of bed. Though she … Continued

Pituitary Tumor Patient at UNC Health

May 25, 2021

After noticing his vision was deteriorating in late 2018, Mr. M went to the ophthalmologist, thinking that he might have a cataract. He was then told that he had a large tumor, around the size of a ping-pong ball, on his pituitary gland. An endocrinologist in Hickory, NC told him that for this surgery, he … Continued