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From the Blog

  1. October 3, 2017

    Top Five Blogs: July – September 2017

    July and August are prime months to get away for a break, relax, and enjoy the summer vacation season. And September welcomes everyone back to the ‘real world’ of school, sports, and normal work schedules. While unfortunetly, we can’t afford to ‘take a break’ in the brain tumor community – just as patients and caregivers […]

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  2. September 26, 2017

    Brain Tumor Research Highlights: September 2017

    To see August’s Brain Tumor Research Highlights, click here. Over the years, NBTS has given more than $35 million to brain tumor research projects. We’re very proud of the impact this funding has made in advancing the neuro-oncology field closer to better treatments and ultimately a cure. And while NBTS is currently focused on driving our flagship […]

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  3. September 19, 2017

    Leader from St Jude, and NBTS-funded Researcher, Sees ‘Desperate Need for Acceleration’ in Pediatric Brain Tumor Research

    “Time is short,” says Dr. Suzanne Baker. “The survival time is so very short for these children. So the time frame for developing new therapies is in desperate need of acceleration.” Dr. Baker was speaking about one the most devastating pediatric cancers: pediatric high-grade gliomas. Pediatric high-grade glioma patients face prognoses measured most often in […]

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