“We’re hopeful for a breakthrough”
“He had a grand mal seizure at work. So they took him to the hospital and they did the scan and there was a lemon-sized tumor taking up what looked like a quarter of his brain.”
These are the words of Megan Cotton as she reflects on the day her husband, Keith, was diagnosed with brain cancer.
While Keith’s surgeon expertly removed nearly 90 percent of his tumor, Keith lives in fear knowing that one day, his tumor will return.
But your philanthropic support can make advances in Swedish’s brain cancer research—and so much more—possible.
Your extraordinary generosity can give patients like Keith the promise of a healthy tomorrow and hope that he’ll be able to watch his kids grow up.
To learn more about how your gift makes a difference in brain cancer research and treatment, contact Mallory Higgins, Philanthropy Officer, at 206-386-6108 or [email protected].
A dear friend to Swedish, Keith Cotton passed away in Nov. 2019.