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From the Blog

  1. September 18, 2014

    Blogger Roundtable: Reflections and Goals

    Fall is often a time of reflection. For our second Blogger Roundtable, we asked bloggers to submit a post from the summer that they wanted to share with the brain tumor community. The bloggers we are featuring today share a common theme: they reflect on the months and years of their treatments and think about […]

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  2. September 4, 2014

    Progress for Pediatrics

    September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. I never imagined that my daughter, one of my children, could get a brain tumor… -Natalie Walsh Natalie Walsh is a mother of three and shared with us the story of her daughter, Daisy. Please watch the video:   For kids like Daisy, and the thousands of other children diagnosed […]

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  3. August 26, 2014

    Guest Blog: On Being a Caregiver

    Guest blogger Sarah Whitlock of Brooklyn, NY, shares her experience being a caregiver to a family member with a brain tumor. Sarah is captain for team Mark’s Mob at the New York Brain Tumor Walk. The following is adapted from a speech she delivered at the 2014 New York Brain Tumor Walk and is Sarah’s point of […]

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