1 tumor, 4 babies and ‘giant ball of anxiety’
Katie Sturm was just three months pregnant when she suffered a seizure at work.
At UT Southwestern, she found out she had a glioma, a type of tumor in the brain and spinal cord that can be life-threatening.
Doctors would have preferred to remove the tumor quickly, but they were worried about the effects a major surgery might have on Sturm and her unborn babies — all four of them.
“When I found out I was having quadruplets, I straight up cried for like two days,” Sturm, wh...