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Fundraising Gets Personal for Two-Time Meningioma Survivor

The First One: 2012 “It happened really, really quickly,” says Sharon Mottola of when she was first diagnosed with a meningioma brain tumor in 2012. Sharon, a registered nurse working at a North Carolina healthcare facility, had been experiencing chronic déjà vu for some time and decided to use her proximity to her primary care […]

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 […]

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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