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Guest Blog: A Quest for Cures, Twenty Years in the Making

Rachel Schultz recently joined the National Brain Tumor Society as our new Director of Development for the New England Region. The following is her story of why she joined the fight. August 9, 2016 is the last time I saw my wonderful, kind, caring, lovable, singing-in-falsetto, Boston-sports-loving father alive. On August 11, he passed away at the age […]

Top Five Blogs: April – June 2018

The second quarter of 2018 was a very busy, particularly because of an active and impactful Brain Tumor Awareness Month this year coupled with big events like Head to the Hill and our first-ever Congressional Briefing. Below is a recap of the most popular brain tumor news and blog items from the NBTS site from […]

Potential Brain Tumor Treatments Entering the Pivotal Phase of Evaluation – June 2018

A large, randomized, controlled Phase III clinical trial is traditionally the last, pivotal step in the evaluation of a potential new medicine before it is approved for use by all patients with the indicated disease. A year ago, the NBTS staff conducted and published a review of all the Phase III clinical trials for glioblastoma […]

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