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You can make a difference in the fight against brain tumors by participating in our walks, races, and rides across the country or hosting your own community event.
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Support promising research initiatives to improve the lives of the nearly 700,000 Americans living with brain tumors today, and advance the fight for a cure.
Lend your voice
The critical needs of the brain tumor community must be heard. Learn how to educate your elected officials and policymakers.
Other Ways You Can Fight
Looking for other ways to join the fight against brain tumors? Learn more about supporting a specific research initiative or sharing your story with others in the community.
From the Blog
December 2, 2013
One Person Who Inspires Us This Month: Dr. Lauren Farber – A Tribute
Dr. Lauren Farber was one of those special types of people; the type who could exude both toughness and strength, just as easily as warmth and compassion. Lauren had already dedicated her life to helping sick children as a practicing pediatrician and Partner at the Holliston (Mass.) Pediatric Group, when she was diagnosed with a [...]Read more |
November 25, 2013
SNO-ing: Gathering at the 4th Quadrennial Meeting of the World Federation of Neuro-Oncology
The Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO), the preeminent trade organization for those working in the brain tumor arena, seeks to advance the field through research and education. SNO hosts an annual multi-day meeting that is ‘must-go’ for brain cancer researchers, clinicians, surgeons, patient advocacy organizations, and biopharma industry executives (for which we are proud to continue [...]Read more |
November 21, 2013
National Brain Tumor Society’s First Community Fund to Accelerate Oligodendroglioma Research
Oligodendroglioma Research Fund awards its first grants to fight rare brain tumor Today, the National Brain Tumor Society and Oligo Nation announced that Dr. David Louis, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and Dr. Anders Persson, PhD, of The University of California, San Francisco are the first grant recipients of the Oligodendroglioma [...]Read more |