i have a question. my mom has brain cancer (GBM) - they were able to operate and remove most of it. she has one day left of radiation and will remain on chemo.. the doctors told her she shouldn't drive a car.. is that normal? other people who have gone through this...did you drive..do you drive? she lives alone and finds it very difficult not to drive..so any advice will help.
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