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Brain Tumors in the Spotlight on NFL Sunday

By most accounts and measures, football – particularly the National Football League (NFL) – has overtaken baseball as America’s most popular and beloved sport. On average, more than 16 MILLION households in the United States tune in each week to watch the slate of NFL action on Sundays. And most of the league’s home teams […]

Matthew Tifft: A Brain Tumor Survivor Who ‘Can’t Drive 25’

On Saturday, March 4, 2017 Matthew Tifft, a rookie NASCAR driver on the Xfinity Series who survived a brain tumor, got behind the wheel of his number 19 car in Atlanta, Georgia for the Rinnai 250. Matt is an up-and-coming star for the vaunted Joe Gibbs Racing team, and he was driving a very unique […]

Brain Tumor Action Month: We’re Not Finished

May 2016 saw Canada and the United States promote Brain Tumor Awareness ACTION Month for the first time and our collective voices were heard by government officials, news outlets, and anyone who experienced the community assembled for the walks, rides and races that took place in May. We gave you a recap of the first two […]

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