“Thank you for helping survivors like me.”

July 6, 2015
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. Learn more about how you can support Swedish at http://www.swedishfoundation.org/programs
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