“Thank you for helping survivors like me.”
After months of dizzy spells, Kami Combes collapsed into a seizure. Her physician referred her to Swedish where she learned that she had a brain tumor and it was cancerous. That was eight years ago.
Today, Kami lives a full life with her husband and their two children. And, she’s found a way to give back to Swedish to help other patients who may be facing a similar diagnosis. Each year since her diagnosis, Kami has captained the Titanium Makes You Stronger team at the annual Seattle Brain Cancer Walk to benefit The Ben & Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment at Swedish Neuroscience Institute. To date, Kami’s team has raised more than $36,000 for our brain cancer research and patient care.
Stories like Kami’s are possible thanks to the generous support of our community. Watch Kami’s story below.