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2017 Crystal Ball: The Neuro-Oncology Field Offers Predictions & Hopes For Advances In The New Year

In 2016, the neuro-oncology field made significant progress toward better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for brain tumors – from new research projects launching, to important novel scientific discoveries, as well as public policy and advocacy victories in Congress and at the White House. So what should the brain tumor community hope for and expect, now, in 2017 ? We reached out to some […]

What the Brain Tumor Community Was Reading in 2016

This past year, provided encouraging news on many fronts in the fight to find better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for brain tumors. We covered many of these developments on this blog, from new research projects launching, scientific discoveries and research news, public policy and advocacy advancements in Congress and from the White House, emerging partnerships, and inspirational […]

International Low-Grade Glioma Patient Registry

Low-grade gliomas (LGG), those classified as Grade II by the World Health Organization, are an understudied group of brain tumors that generally strikes patients in the prime of life. They have a lower average age at diagnosis, but fortunately have a better survival prognosis than high-grade gliomas (those classified as Grades III and IV). While […]

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