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Medical issues bring family together for support

March 11, 2014

Scott Graham, son of Tim and Carol Graham, has been battling Gliobastoma with the support of his friends and family.

COLUMBIA CITY — Scott Graham, son of a local couple Tim and Carol Graham, has had a difficult past few months.

A Nevada resident, Graham is married and has two children. He is described by his loved ones as “the joker of the family.”

Last November, Graham began losing time became unsure how he got to or from a place, was unable to remember and was not able to produce any work at his job.

He began stuttering and having headaches. His wife worried he may have had a stroke. He was rushed to the hospital where testing began, but the tests revealed Graham had not had a stroke.

Graham had Gliobastoma, a very common but also extremely aggressive, form of brain tumor.

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