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Because of You: Closing Out a Fruitful 2013

The brain tumor community is dedicated to fighting one of the toughest battles imaginable. Thus we are all – from patients, to caregivers, to doctors, to scientists, to advocates – constantly looking forward to the next hurdle we have to jump on our mission toward a cure. Here at the National Brain Tumor Society, specifically, [...]

Defeat GBM Scientific Meeting Overview

National Brain Tumor Society launched our Defeat GBM Research Collaborative in March of 2013 to great enthusiasm from both the patient and scientific communities. As our boldest strategic research initiative to-date, the Defeat GBM Research Collaborative aims to double the five-year survival rate of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) patients in just five years.

National Brain Tumor Society Participates in Think Tank

National Brain Tumor Society and American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) recently partnered to organize a Cancer Systems Biology Think Tank at which world-renowned researchers in the field of cancer systems biology discussed ways to move the field forward to improve the efficiency and success of today’s cancer research enterprise.

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