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Go Gold for Grey: Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Childhood cancer is often hard to talk about. Whenever people share the stories of their children, or their own experiences with a pediatric brain tumor, I get motivated to do more. And that’s why when it comes to raising awareness for childhood cancer in September, and pediatric brain tumors (benign of malignant) especially, I’m proud […]

The Time is Right for Pediatric Brain Tumor Advances

Pediatric brain tumors continue to take a heartbreaking toll on far too many kids and their families each year. With no cure, and not even a standard of care for many pediatric brain tumor types, the current outlook for those diagnosed with this disease is simply unacceptable. This year in the U.S., an estimated 4,620 […]

National Brain Tumor Society’s 2015 Legislative Agenda

To guide our public policy advocacy efforts each year, National Brain Tumor Society creates an annual “Legislative Agenda.” Our yearly Legislative Agenda reflects the larger strategy and goals of the Organization, and our activities in carrying out the agenda directly influences our ability to deliver on our mission of better treatments, and ultimately a cure, […]

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