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[Guest Blog] Endure4aCure: Brain Surgeon Becomes an “Ironman” to Support Patients

On July 22nd, Evan Winograd, a sixth-year neurosurgery resident who also does brain tumor research, completed the infamous “Ironman” challenge in Lake Placid, NY, as part of NBTS’ new Gray Nation Endurance program. Dr. Winograd “had never even run more than three miles (and even that was rare)” before July 2017. But after working with […]

NBTS Brain Tumor Clinical Trials Report: Q3 2018

New brain tumor clinical trials open around the country all the time, and it can be hard for patients and care-partners to keep track of new opportunities to consider participation in leading-edge clinical research. This report, generated by the National Brain Tumor Society, provides a summary of clinical trials that have started or begun recruitment […]

I’m Possible: A Pediatric Brain Tumor Patient and Hero

Our family was no stranger to cancer. My mother fought with it, five times throughout her life, before it finally took her from us. It still makes my stomach do flips. My father-in-law is constantly battling the skin cancer that loves to attack fair-skinned redheads. Yet, to have our son diagnosed with a brain tumor […]

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