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International Low-Grade Glioma Patient Registry

Low-grade gliomas (LGG), those classified as Grade II by the World Health Organization, are an understudied group of brain tumors that generally strikes patients in the prime of life. They have a lower average age at diagnosis, but fortunately have a better survival prognosis than high-grade gliomas (those classified as Grades III and IV). While […]

An Open Letter to President-Elect Donald J. Trump

National Brain Tumor Society is a nonpartisan organization. Our 501(c)(3) charity/nonprofit status requires it – and our mission to find better treatments and, ultimately, a cure for brain tumors, demands it. Because, no matter which political party controls the White House and/or Congress, brain tumor patients do not have the luxury of waiting to engage […]

From the CEO’s Desk: Giving Thanks for Community Leadership & Support

“Leadership” is a subject that is often at the top of my mind as it is critical to driving research forward to find a cure. Fostering leadership in our community is of particular importance at this moment as we are at a pivotal “inflection point” in brain tumor research, having learned more about brain tumors in the last ten […]

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