Advocacy in the Summer

August is the perfect time to meet with your Senators and Representatives while they are in their home states for in-district work until September 2. Take this opportunity to schedule a meeting and urge your members of Congress to take action on legislation that affects brain tumor research. See our August Recess Toolkit and contact Kacey Troy to schedule your meetings along with other advocates. If you don't have time to schedule a meeting but are interested in dropping materials off at your members' local offices, you may locate the closest office at www.house.gov and www.senate.gov. Let's join together to make our voices heard across the country! Together, we can make a difference.

July 2016

New Expertise But Same Passion Will Help Drive Our Mission Forward

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Advancement News

Ribbon of Remembrance

Honor your loved one and fund necessary research by adding their name or a message about them to our Ribbon of Remembrance.

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Ales for Ashley
SAT, AUG 20, 2016

Silicon Valley Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, SEP 10, 2016

Baltimore Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, SEP 10, 2016

Orange County Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, SEP 17, 2016

Long Island Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, SEP 17, 2016

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Events & The Field

Inaugural Baltimore Walk

On September 10, the first Baltimore Brain Tumor Walk is being held at Canton Waterfront Park. Members of the community from the state shared their stories in a moving video tribute. Watch it and get involved here.

NBTS Programs

What is NBTS’ impact on pediatric brain tumor research?

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Community Stories


The New England Brain Tumor Community has been calling for videos of why you walk or run to support the National Brain Tumor Society. You can add your video to social media with the hashtag #WhyIWalkorRun



Brain Tumor Research Highlights: July 2016

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