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Community here. Breakthroughs ahead.

An estimated 1 million Americans are living with a brain tumor. Patients and their loved ones like Julio and Liz need groundbreaking treatments, a better quality of life, and cures. Together, we will be the community to defeat brain tumors — once and for all.

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May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month

The brain tumor experience is full of extraordinary challenges and extraordinary hope. The gray area that falls in between is what drives us, unrelentingly, toward our mission of conquering and curing brain tumors — once and for all. This #GrayMay, come together for Brain Tumor Awareness Month, a month dedicated to supporting, empowering, and amplifying the voice of the brain tumor community.


Conquering and Curing Brain Tumors through Innovative, Transformative Research

Latest in research World Class Hospitals Join DNA Damage Response Consortium

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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, june 3, 2023 Georgia Brain Tumor Walk & Race

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Training for a Marathon Brought Jessica Back After Her Son’s Brain Tumor Diagnosis

As the mother of a 6-year-old with a brain tumor, Jessica tells her story of how training for the 2022 New York City Marathon team became a form of self-care. Jessica was one of 50 members of the Gray Nation EnduranceTM team who trained for the event and fundraised for NBTS.

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