So, I’m going in for an MRI next Tuesday. I have one every three months. If that seems a little excessive or inconvenient to you, I absolutely agree. However, “every three months” beats the hell out of “every four weeks” which is what it was when I started cancer treatment in December 2017 (after a very successful surgical resection). It would be something of an understatement to say I’m worried. According to the CDC, glioblastoma has a higher five-year mortality rate than HIV, but, even with my “lucky” ATRX mutant gene (a predictor of how effective conventional treatment is), I get a 30–50% five-year survival rate (for everyone…