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  1. March 3, 2016

    I didn’t want to go to Head to the Hill: Here’s why I did.


    I don’t remember anything I learned in school about how our government works. American Government was taught in 8th grade, the year when I cared much more about wearing ‘Candies’ than listening to Ms. Kaufman talk about checks and balances and the three branches of the government. I was way too focused on Brian, the boy […]

  2. February 26, 2016

    Guest Blog: Team Sherif’s Sheriffs Returns the Favor to Influential Doctor

    E5DY7P People running into waters at Dunedin's annual midwinter Polar Plunge, St Clair Esplanade

    He looked at me, he looked me square in the eyes, and he said, “Steve, do you know why we study?” I was on my second day of my first job in emergency medicine and I knew I would receive a lot probing questions to see how qualified I was. This one seemed simple, so […]

  3. February 25, 2016

    From the CEO’s Desk: Busy Season for Public Policy Kicks Into Gear


    The first quarter of the year for the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) – and any other organization engaged in proactive advocacy – is a particularly busy time in the area of public policy and government relations. While research initiatives often spillover year-to-year and remain ongoing (like our flagship research initiative, the Defeat GBM Research Collaborative, which is a […]

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