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Guest Blog: A Quest for Cures, Twenty Years in the Making

Rachel Schultz recently joined the National Brain Tumor Society as our new Director of Development for the New England Region. The following is her story of why she joined the fight. August 9, 2016 is the last time I saw my wonderful, kind, caring, lovable, singing-in-falsetto, Boston-sports-loving father alive. On August 11, he passed away at the age […]

Guest Blog: Marathon for a Mission – Gray Nation Endurance is Launched

Nitesh V Patel, MD is a Neurosurgical resident in the Department of Neurosurgery at Rutgers University. On November 4th, 2018 he’ll be running in the TCS New York City Marathon to benefit the National Brain Tumor Society, as one of the first participants in the new NBTS Gray Nation Endurance program. (See more on the program, here […]

Head to the Hill 2018: Brain Tumor Advocates Raising Their Voice

The weather report in D.C. threatened rain during this year’s Head to the Hill 2018. And yet, the weather held for over 200 advocates coming from 38 states and Washington, D.C. Many of our advocates joined 457 teams and 350 brain tumor survivors on the May 6, Race for Hope DC. The 21st year of this […]

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