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Spreading Kisses for Ken

When Tama Cobb’s nephew Kenny was just a little boy, he was drawn to the number 18. Like many young children, Kenny was incredulous to the larger world around him. “The biggest number to him was 18,” says Tama. “He used to say “I love you 18.’” It was cute and endearing and a little […]

Video Blog: Advocate on Behalf of the Brain Tumor Community at Head to the Hill 2015

Over the years, the National Brain Tumor Society reports on the actions of our advocates and how important they are to making vital changes in brain tumor policy and research. But have you ever read about our “advocates” and wondered what exactly do? Advocacy sounds great, but what does mean to be an advocate or advocate […]

Guest Blog: Why I want you to join us on Dec. 2

August 10, 2010, was a Tuesday. I got confirmation that what my mind and body had been telling me for months, was true. I had a brain tumor. It was a gift that I got the care I needed, and am here today. I got involved with the National Brain Tumor Society to connect with […]

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