Advocate for Change

Advocate for policy

Fighting for more resources and new public policies to improve quality of life for all those affected

Ensuring better patient access to essential health care is critical to the needs of our community. Working alongside regulators and policymakers, we believe education is key to improving the lives of all those affected by brain tumors, and essential for change.

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Let your voice be heard - join us and take action on critical issues affecting the brain tumor community today.

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Become more informed about key public policy issues and learn how to educate your elected officials.

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Stay up to date on the latest in brain tumor research funding, access to care, and advocacy efforts across the community.

From the Blog

  1. August 6, 2014

    Leadership Update from the Chairman of the Board

    Over the last seven years, the National Brain Tumor Society has been guided by the thoughtful leadership of a broad-based team including our Chief Executive Officer, Paul TonThat. Paul’s vision, dedication, drive, and commitment have been critical in enabling the National Brain Tumor Society to become what it is today: the largest, most impactful nonprofit […]

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  2. August 5, 2014

    Blogger Roundtable Roundup

    In July, we launched the Blogger Roundtable, an effort to collaborate with brain tumor bloggers to collect and curate their advice and resources for the brain tumor community. For the first Blogger Roundtable, we asked writers to submit a published blog post related to symptom management for inclusion in a roundup here on our blog. […]

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  3. July 23, 2014

    Guest Blog: Fighting for Change

    Guest blogger Lisa Peabody is a volunteer advocate with the National Brain Tumor Society. Recently, she joined National Brain Tumor Society staff participating in the annual Alliance for Childhood Cancer Action Day. I get on the Metro headed to the Capital Hill stop. I’m wearing my ‘walking’ shoes even though I’m dressed conservatively and professional. […]

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