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From the Blog

  1. May 28, 2015

    Beauty is more beautiful: A meningioma survivor uses art for expression and to raise funds for brain tumor research

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    Throughout the month, we’ve featured the stories of game developers creating apps to raise funds for brain tumor research, and featured a documentarian whose photos of a couple battling GBM are an inspiring call to action for the brain tumor community. As brain tumors do not discriminate based on class, gender, ethnicity or age, we […]

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  2. May 26, 2015

    Infographic: What brain tumor caregivers want

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    During July and August 2014, we asked the community to take part in the Jumpstarting Brain Tumor Drug Development Coalition Patient & Caregiver Survey to help inform the ongoing efforts of our Clinical Trial Endpoints Initiative. The response from all of you was astounding. We received more than 1,800 submissions* and learned a great deal more […]

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  3. May 20, 2015

    this is … a brain tumor documentary unfolding in real time

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    Jennifer Keenan Giliberto’s photography captures life’s moments in an emotionally resonant way that transports the viewers into the narrative of each photo. Her meticulous eye is able to find and record a scene in a way that loses none of its impact. She’s also a brain tumor survivor. But this isn’t her story (well, in a way it […]

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