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Guest Blog: How am I going to survive when my husband is gone?

How was I going to survive when my husband was dead? This was something I never in my wildest dreams considered having to contemplate. Yet here I was. My Andrew was slipping away following a massive seizure brought on by his brain cancer. And I was told by his doctors to say my goodbyes. How […]

First-of-its-kind Briefing for Congress on Glioblastoma

On the heels of our annual advocacy day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Head to the Hill, where we bring volunteers from across the country to speak with members of Congress about the policies and bills that the brain tumor community would like to see policymakers support, National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) held a […]

Glossary Blog, April 2018: Brain Tumor vs. Brain Cancer

Our first two monthly Glossary Blogs this year tackled “meaty” topics, CAR T-cell Therapy and Tumor Sequencing. This month, we wanted to “step-back” and tackle a question that had been brought to our attention, that seemed to be, perhaps, the most basic and fundamental term/concept for this community: Is a brain tumor, brain cancer? Or, […]

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