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Raise Awareness for Glioblastoma

On this sixth annual Glioblastoma Awareness Day –– July 17, 2024 –– we unite to amplify the realities of a GBM diagnosis and raise nationwide awareness for patients and families who are living with this devastating disease every day. For everyone diagnosed with GBM, it’s time for a better chance.


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In sharing your story, you are raising awareness for the glioblastoma (GBM) community, inspiring action, and showing others they are not alone. Your story may be reshared on our website or social media channels, so be sure to look for it and share it with your friends.


Spread the word on social media

Come together to support patients with glioblastoma and their caregivers by raising awareness about and funds to defeat this deadly disease.

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#GBMDay #Glioblastoma #GBM


Key Messages

Come together with hope for a cure and better quality of life for patients and families. If you need some help getting started, post one of the social media messages below to your personal channels. Remember to include our suggested hashtags so we can follow along and possibly reshare on our social media channels.

  • For everyone with a glioblastoma diagnosis, it’s time for a better chance. A better chance for more effective treatments and a cure. A better chance at dignity and quality of life. A better chance at survival. In recognition of GBM Awareness Day, will you help drive urgently needed breakthroughs? braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common, most complex, and deadliest type of brain cancer. With treatment, the average survival is only 8 months from diagnosis, and only 6.9% of glioblastoma patients live more than five years. For everyone living with GBM, it’s time for a better chance — join me in giving to the National Brain Tumor Society to help fuel advances in research and advocacy. braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • GBM tumors devastate the brain, which controls cognition, mood, behavior, and personality, as well as every function of each organ and body part. The current standard of care can prolong a patient’s life by a few months, but it drastically reduces their quality of life. This GBM Awareness Day, join me in giving to the National Brain Tumor Society to fund brain tumor research and advocacy — together, we can be the community that defeats brain tumors, once and for all. braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • Help me raise awareness on #GBMDay to ensure better treatments, a better quality of life, and cures for GBM patients and caregivers. braintumor.org/gbmday
  • Only 6.9% of glioblastoma patients live more than five years after diagnosis. It’s time for a better chance for everyone with a #GBM tumor. Will you join me in supporting the National Brain Tumor Society to fuel urgently needed breakthroughs? braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • Save the date: #GBMDay is July 17. Join me and the National Brain Tumor Society in raising awareness about one of the most common, complex, treatment-resistant, and deadliest types of brain cancer: braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • Just [INSERT #] [INSERT HOURS/DAYS] left until #GBMDay! Support more than 14,000 people living with glioblastoma today: braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • In honor of [LOVED ONE’S NAME], I am boosting the signal about glioblastoma (GBM) today on GBM Awareness Day. GBM is the deadliest and most common type of brain cancer — and we can’t wait for better treatments and a cure. Learn more at braintumor.org/gbmday 
  • It’s the sixth annual #GBMDay. [OPTIONAL: INSERT PERSONAL STORY OR GBM FACT]. Will you help raise awareness about this devastating disease? Glioblastoma is the most common, most complex, and deadliest type of brain cancer, yet treatments and survival rates have remained largely unchanged for decades. It’s time for a better chance for everyone with a glioblastoma diagnosis: braintumor.org/gbmday
  • Today is #GBMDay. Raise awareness and take action for those with GBM and those who will be diagnosed in the future: braintumor.org/gbmday
  • I’m proud to raise awareness and support for glioblastoma patients and their caregivers. Join me in giving to the National Brain Tumor Society for #GBMDay: braintumor.org/gbmday
  • This #GBMDay, consider making a gift to propel brain tumor research and treatments forward: braintumor.org/gbmday

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