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Whether they’re participating in Race For Hope-DC or appealing to congressional members to take action, the Gibbons family is unrelenting in their quest to conquer and cure brain tumors — once and for all.

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is a time to recognize, advocate for, and honor children who have been affected by cancer and the families that care for them. This September, the National Brain Tumor Society will highlight the devastating realities of a brain tumor diagnosis for children and families by sharing important progress being made in the field, raising resources to support ongoing and future research efforts, and providing opportunities for our community to help create change to last a lifetime.

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Conquering and Curing Brain Tumors through Innovative, Transformative Research

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Latest in research Q&A: A New Treatment Approved for Certain Brain Tumors

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A few years ago, NBTS showed us the problem with the low accrual in clinical trials. This led to a joint effort… trying to figure out what we can do to improve trial accrual, looking at things like telemedicine. This is an opportunity for us to reimagine how we can do trials, to do things more efficiently so that we can help our patients better.

Patrick Wen, MD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
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A Community of Thousands United for One Cause

Saturday, September 17, 2022 Colorado Brain Tumor Walk & Race

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Training for the Boston Marathon Gave Mike the Push He Needed

Only 235 days after his diagnosis of a grade 2 astrocytoma, Mike ran in the Boston Marathon and raised more than $31,000 for NBTS as a member of the Gray Nation EnduranceTM team.

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