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  1. July 23, 2019

    Gliogene: Confronting the Unknown Through Research

    As the saying goes, knowledge is power. But, sometimes, it can also be scary. “Oh, it’s horrible!” says Carrie Davis about her quest, which she shares with her sister Hadley, to help better understand links between inheritable genes and brain tumors. She continues, “Every time I get a headache I think I have a brain […]

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  2. July 10, 2019

    Top Five Blogs: April – May 2019

    The second quarter of every year is, perhaps, the busiest time annually at NBTS, as we ramp-up for Brain Tumor Awareness Month in April, commemorate BTAM — as is tradition — in May, and wind-down from that busy stretch in June (while holding two of our bigger signature event, the Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk […]

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  3. July 1, 2019

    Brain Tumor Patients Inspire Research Toward Better Treatment

    Patients are major motivators for physician-scientist Dr. Elizabeth B. Claus. They and their caregivers share their lives with her, get her up to speed on their favorite Boston sports teams, and, at the same time, ask the important questions that help generate new research ideas. Dr. Claus’s research focuses on cancer and genetic epidemiology, with […]

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