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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 […]

Brain Tumor Facts & Figures, September 2018: Long-Term Impacts of Pediatric Brain Tumors

Our ongoing series, “Brain Tumor Facts & Figures,” provides information and data that can be used in your advocacy, fundraising, and awareness-raising efforts by presenting statistics that can help convey the difficult realities our community is up against. This info can help make a case for support to your members of Congress, state legislators, family, […]

From the CEO’s Desk: An Agenda for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2018

Just over a week ago, the nation was deeply saddened by the news that United States Senator, statesman, war hero, and former presidential nominee, John McCain, had passed away following 13 months of treatment for glioblastoma. There was an outpouring of grief as well as reflection and remembrance of his remarkable life. Though his policies […]

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