Share Your Story

Every patient and family is different, each with their own journey, but all deserve recognition and action to defeat GBM. On the second annual Glioblastoma Awareness Day in the United States, please consider sharing your story today to help others understand the impact of GBM and raise awareness.

Why is GBM Awareness Day Important to You?

Glioblastoma affects men, women, and children – people of any age, background, and walk of life. Every person has a story to tell and the potential to make a difference. Because of YOU, GBM Awareness Day puts a face to a disease and shows the human impact of glioblastoma.

Join the conversation.

By engaging online – following, posting, sharing – you can help amplify our message and achieve the broad public awareness we hope to create on Glioblastoma Awareness Day. Collectively, our voices are louder and powerful together.

Here’s how:

Take your photo or video and tell us why GBM Awareness Day is important to you. Post your photo to social media tagging NBTS (@NBTStweets on Twitter; @braintumors on Facebook; and @natlbraintumorsociety on Instagram), and the hashtag #GBMDay.

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Ways to Support


Register for a regional event today, and experience the power of communities coming together to conquer and cure brain tumors once and for all.


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