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Our annual advocacy day brings hundreds of brain tumor advocates from across the country to the nation’s capital to educate congressional delegates on the critical issues facing our community. Join us and we'll provide you will all of the tools you'll need to be an effective advocate!
From the Blog
October 22, 2014
Hope for GBM Patients
Recent news and conversations across social media has churned up a lot of concern and fear over glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) tumors. And while we know all too well it’s the deadliest form of brain cancer with dismal survival rates, we also want the public to know how the National Brain Tumor Society is working to […]Read more |
October 10, 2014
Advocating for Childhood Cancer Cures
National Brain Tumor Society is driven to create change for the more than 4,000 children and their families who will receive the terrible diagnosis of a pediatric brain tumor this year. In addition to our funded initiatives, we also are committed to working with the greater pediatric cancer community to help advance research toward new […]Read more |
October 9, 2014
National Brain Tumor Society 2014 Summit Reviews Systemic Change Happening in Brain Cancer Research & Development, Honors Community Leaders
National Brain Tumor Society, the largest nonprofit dedicated to the brain tumor community in the United States, hosted its 2014 Summit and Annual Meeting in Cambridge, MA, on October 1-2. The yearly event brought together a cross-section of the brain tumor community, including neuro-oncologists, medical academics, biotechnology and pharmaceutical executives, representatives from the National Institutes […]Read more |