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Lasha Barbosa was first diagnosed with a Pineal Gland Cyst (P.G.C.T.) in November 2016; she suffered from what doctors told to her were “migraines” for more then 10 years.

Over the years, Lasha was put on an array of medications for her "migraines", she frequently visited the hospital for severe headaches, and she was put on Botox for migraines - all to no avail. 

Her “migraines” increased over the years, as did her body pain, and her body started to deteriorate. Lasha’s family doctor started to run tests, believing she suffered from MS, he ordered an MRI.


Her doctors found a 1.4 cm cyst on her pineal gland; as well, it was pressing on her tectal plate, causing mass effect in her brain.

From April to August 2017 Lasha lost her eye sight in her right eye, lost her job due to her health, and then lost her insurance due to “lack of diagnosis” because her P.G.C.T. is not recognized in Canada as a medical condition. 

Lasha consulted a neurosurgeon in Edmonton, AB, Canada, and the neurosurgeon said that he would not remove her P.G.C.T. because they are rarely symptomatic. In fact, Lasha was told it was all in her head and that it was probably caused by her periods.

Lasha was encouraged to go for a second opinion down in Houston, TX, at Memorial Hermann Hospital to consult with world renowned neurosurgeon, Dr. Dong Kim:

“You are not crazy” that’s what he [Dr. Kim] said to me as he held my hand and looked me in my eyes, “you are a very good candidate for this surgery….”.

Lasha's story is only one of many. There are many people, from all over the world, who are suffering from this same rare brain cyst/tumor (P.G.C.T).

We all suffer from similar medical histories and medical symptoms; yet, local doctors and medical communities refuse to believe that we [patients] are in debilitating pain, which is caused by these P.G.C.Ts.


Globally, people are suffering and being mistreated by their medical communities due to lack of education, research, and funding surrounding P.G.C.Ts.

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Items sold here are in support of the P.G.C.T. & Mental Health Awareness Campaign.


By purchasing one of our items you are helping provide those who have had brain surgery with Post-Op Care Packages.


You are also helping raise awareness and acknowledge that these rare brain cysts/tumors are a medical condition, which require medical attention.

Thank you all for your love and support in getting the word out there!

To raise awareness towards Pineal Gland Cysts/Tumors (P.G.C.T) and the Mental Health concerns that accompany being in chronic debilitating pain. 

To have these cysts/tumors acknowledged and recognized as a medical condition; which, requires medical intervention, medical insurance coverage, medical research, and funding.

To provide medical care, medication, insurance, medical devices, operations, and counselling for those suffering from these rare brain tumors.