Advocate For Change

Advocate for policy

Fighting for more resources and new public policies to improve quality of life for all those affected

Ensuring better patient access to essential health care is critical to the needs of our community. Working alongside regulators and policymakers, we believe education is key to improving the lives of all those affected by brain tumors, and essential for change.

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From the Blog

  • April 14, 2015

    In Memory of Dr. Andrew Parsa

    National Brain Tumor Society is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Andrew (Andy) Parsa yesterday morning, April 13, 2015. Dr. Parsa had been serving as Chairman of Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, having previously been a Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University […]

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  • April 13, 2015

    National Brain Tumor Society Announces Appointment of Wendi Nance as National Development Officer

    National Brain Tumor Society, the largest nonprofit dedicated to the brain tumor community in the United States, today announced the appointment of Wendi Nance as National Development Officer. “Wendi is a senior-level development professional, with a proven track record of successfully implementing development programs for nonprofit institutions,” said Sally Davis, Chief Executive Officer, Nat

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  • April 3, 2015

    How “Big Data” Can Improve Brain Tumor Treatment & Research

    Back in January of this year, a young man came into the National Brain Tumor Society offices to talk with all of our staff. He was vibrant, well-spoken and captivated our attention, discussing the critical issue of data sharing in the world of research and medicine. Besides a fading scar from brain surgery, there was nothing discernible to […]

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