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From the Blog

  1. November 13, 2017

    Beating the Odds Thanks to Research Funding: Greg’s Story

    After an otherwise-healthy and vibrant 24-year old newlywed was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor and given just two-to-three years to live, a new clinical trial – based on NBTS-funded research – provided hope and helped beat the odds “Temozolomide is what it is: a chemotherapy,” says Greg. “This means constantly feeling drained of your […]

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  2. November 7, 2017

    Guest Blog: The Powerful Platform Offered by National Brain Tumor Society

                        “It is very unlikely that you will not have a recurrence,” my neuro-oncologist said softly, leaning in to fold his hands together, interlocking his fingers, “but you have many positive prognostic indicators in your favor, including your age, IDH1 mutation status, and general good health.” […]

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  3. November 2, 2017

    NBTS Scientific Summit 2017: Making a “New Map” for Brain Tumor Research & Treatment Development

    Twelve questions to answer that will drive the brain tumor research field forward “I think that this year is even more accelerated in progress than last year. Lots of new things, lots of new possibilities…we really are all pushing together and trying to get to the top of the mountain.” With those words, Dr. Web […]

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