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Angel Jones

Brain Tumor Companion

A brain tumor diagnosis can feel overwhelming. Whether you are on watch and wait (WW), planning surgery, or a survivor post-surgery, this condition can be extremely lonely. At Brain Tumor Companion we offer weekly online peer support groups which provide a unique opportunity to speak with others on the journey. I offer one-on-one sessions as well for those who do not like the group setting.

I'm a Meningioma survivor. I managed six years on WW, countless contrast MRIs, a neurologist, four different neurosurgeons, and a craniotomy in December 2018. I've faced many difficult and triumphant days. I created Brain Tumor Companion (BTC) to be a safe place for you to get support and resources to assist you with the challenges and uncertainties of this diagnosis. Here we prepare you for all the stuff they don't tell you about!

As a Patient Advocate and Director of Operations in the medical field, I understand the complexity of the healthcare system. Contact me today if you feel I can be of help to you. Email: | Text: 424-239-9366


Areas of Expertise

Patient Advocate, Support Group Leader, Research Fundraising, Brand Awareness/ Break the Stigma, Community Initiatives, BTCompanionship

Why seek support? This journey requires ongoing monitoring and treatment. BTC is a safe space to talk, cry, laugh, vent, be angry, and celebrate your wins. This process is not easy, many days can feel like an endless roller-coaster; you are not alone. 

Brain Tumor Companion (BTC) was created because after my craniotomy I wanted to talk with someone who truly understood. I didn't want my questions lost on social media pages under hundreds of comments, nor did I want a talk therapist with no first-hand brain tumor experience telling me I'd be OK. Feeling alone made me frustrated, scared, and sad. To fill this gap, I created Brain Tumor | Meningioma Companion. Whether a Zoom meeting with just me, or a Brain Tumor Zoom Support Group (BTZSG) with peers, I am committed to creating a safe space for togetherness. The only one who can truly understand this diagnosis is one directly touched by it.


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Support Research Today!

Every year the Brain Tumor Companion community supports advancements in research to better serve our patient population. Currently, we are raising money for the USC Brain Tumor Research Center. To learn more about their center and the great work they are doing, watch our YouTube video with neurosurgeon Dr. Gabriel Zada.


Thanks in advance for your tax-deductible donation and sign up for our newsletter to stay current with studies and research funding efforts. 

Contact Companion Angel Today!

Please allow 24-48 hours for a reply. I personally respond to all inquiries and will do so as quickly as possible.

Thank you! 

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