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March 5, 2014
National Brain Tumor Society Announces New Integrated Pediatric Research and Drug Development Initiative
Project Impact aims to fundamentally change the way new pediatric cancer therapies are developed and tested, through public policy and a funded research program National Brain Tumor Society, the largest nonprofit dedicated to the brain tumor community in the United States, today announced the launch of Project Impact: Driving Discovery to a Cure for Pediatric Brain Tumors, [...]Read more |
March 3, 2014
One Person Who Inspires Us This Month: Remembering Emily Morrison
If you have ever had the opportunity to participate in the New York Brain Tumor Walk since its inception in 2011, you’ve no doubt seen the large throng of walkers adorned in bright colored regalia. In 2011 it was purple and green. In 2012 it was neon green and orange. And in 2013 it was [...]Read more |
February 26, 2014
Neuro-Oncology Field Sets Action Plan to Advance Use of Imaging-Related Endpoints In Clinical Trials
Seminal workshop hosts brain tumor patient advocates, leading neuro-oncologists, biopharmaceutical industry representatives, FDA, and NCI to advance strategies for establishing better pathways for therapy evaluation Leaders from key cross-sections of the neuro-oncology community came together at a recent Brain Tumor Clinical Trial Endpoints Workshop to confront a critical challenge in developing and testing treatments for [...]Read more |