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Guest Blog: “I would have given anything to trade places with him”

On a family vacation in 2011, Mac tried to catch a seagull. Using his boogie board to shield his movements, he inched his way across the sand, closing on his target. With the determination and strong-will that defined him, Mac patiently stalked his target for 20 minutes, taking great care with each step as to […]

Phase III Brain Tumor Clinical Trials Open for Patient Enrollment – July 2019 Update

Below is a list of phase III clinical trials that are currently open for primary brain tumor patients in the United States. A phase III clinical trial is traditionally the last, pivotal step in the evaluation of a potential new medicine before it is approved for use by all patients with the indicated disease. Many of […]

Awareness Abounds: Inaugural Glioblastoma Awareness Day Moves & Inspires

A week removed from the first-ever Glioblastoma Awareness Day (#GBMDay), the stories and experiences recounted last Wednesday, Jul 17, are still reverberating across the nation. As we said as the day drew to a close, the inaugural #GBMDay is a new beginning. Thanks to the brain tumor community’s fervent advocacy and action, #GBMDay became a […]

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