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Guest Blog: Victor Remains Faithful to His Own Fight

“I’m sorry, but we have found a 3cm pilocytic astrocytoma on Victor’s brain stem. We must immediately transfer him for brain surgery. Do you have a preference between Duke or Chapel Hill?” The words spoken by the hospital’s medical team stung me, paralyzed me, echoed in my very being…brain tumor? Victor? But he’s only 16. […]

World Cancer Day 2016

February 4, 2016 is World Cancer Day, the global day of awareness that shines the light on one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Over the past week, we’ve talked about the strides that have been made in the brain tumor space toward new treatments and research. We’ve talked to leaders of our field […]

Growing Fast: #headstanduptobraincancer is trending now

As the Digital Communications Manager for NBTS, I watch social media a lot. And this week, my attention has been wrapped up in a brain tumor community campaign that just popped up out of nowhere. Like some of the best ideas, it came from the community itself. Heather Horvath’s mother was diagnosed with a brain […]

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