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Guest Blog: Not Your Average “Joe” – Connecting with Your Members of Congress

Rich Paisner is a 12-year astrocytoma survivor and a Massachusetts brain tumor advocate. Rich lives in Newton, MA with his wife and three daughters. “Hi, I’m Joe. I’m so happy to be here.” After a series of calls and emails, those were the first words we spoke to one another. I’m pretty sure I won’t […]

Top Five Blogs: April – June 2017

In the brain tumor community, the second quarter of the year (Q2: April – June) is always a busy time…if for no other reason than Brain Tumor Awareness Month (May) sits smack-dab in the middle of it. And this year was no different, as the breadth of stories below will show. In Q2, our Top […]

Thank you for being on our team – BTAM 2017

Brain Tumor Awareness Month (BTAM) in 2017 was all about taking action together. To many in the brain tumor community, awareness isn’t the sole issue, it’s finding ways to connect raising the profile of this disease with getting people take action. At the National Brain Tumor Society, we wanted to provide you with activities and […]

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