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Powered by thousands of volunteer advocates, NBTS is leading advocacy resulting in public policy change to benefit the development of better treatments and improve access to better healthcare.

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Head to the Hill

Head to the Hill is the National Brain Tumor Society’s annual advocacy event in which volunteer advocates bring their voices to Washington, DC to speak for the brain tumor community.

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As a volunteer advocate, you can help us educate policymakers on key issues and raise awareness of brain tumors.

From the Blog

  • January 14, 2021

    NBTS Brain Tumor Clinical Trials Report: Q4 2020

    It can be hard to keep track of new clinical trial opportunities opening across the United States, especially during the current public health crisis created by the coronavirus (COVID-19). However, there are many clinical trials still actively enrolling patients, and this report provides a summary of the studies that have recently opened or started for […]

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  • January 7, 2021

    New Treatment Arms Opening for Patients in NBTS-Funded GBM AGILE Clinical Trial

    Yesterday, it was announced that the GBM AGILE adaptive clinical trial platform is opening two new treatment arms, with one evaluating Kintara Therapeutics’s chemotherapy, VAL-083, and Kazia Therapeutics’s targeted therapy, paxalisib.  “NBTS has long supported GBM AGILE as a scientifically cutting-edge and more patient-friendly way to develop and evaluate emerging new treatments for pati

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  • December 19, 2020

    4 Big Takeaways From the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuro-Oncology

    A move to a virtual platform didn’t diminish the quality of the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO), the yearly gathering of the world’s foremost brain tumor researchers and clinicians. As usual, the National Brain Tumor Society was a proud platinum sponsor of this important conference and deployed our own team of […]

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