Project Impact: Making Progress for Pediatrics

This month, we’ve outlined our aggressive, collaborative program for pediatric brain tumor research called Defeat Pediatric Brain Tumors. We officially launched the program, with our Project Impact capital campaign at the National Press Club in DC. Researchers, foundations, clinicians, and industry are joining us - and YOU can make a difference by funding pediatric research.

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August 2016

From the CEO’s Desk: Join Us In Recognizing Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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Advancement News

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is a time to think about and honor young cancer patients and their families, as they struggle through the experience of living with this disease. Learn what we’ve done this month to raise awareness and work toward a world without childhood cancer.

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California Impact Golf
THU, SEP 29, 2016

Race for Hope Philadelphia
SUN, OCT 2, 2016

Shades of Autumn
SAT, OCT 15, 2016

Pinehurst Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, OCT 22, 2016

Boston Brain Tumor Walk & Fun Run
SUN, OCT 23, 2016

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Events & The Field

Race For Hope Philadelphia

The National Brain Tumor Society is pleased to present the 11th Annual Race for Hope Philadelphia! We are excited to share that the event will take place at a new home in 2016, the Navy Yard Marine Parade Grounds on October 2.

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NBTS Programs

2016 Scientific Summit

This incredible, interactive day brings together renowned leaders from all aspects of the brain tumor field.

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Community Stories

Tulips Against Tumors

The Annual Tulips Against Tumors Campaign is back. Buy bulbs and help fund brain tumor research.

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August Brain Tumor Research Highlights

Liquid Biopsies for Brain Tumors: Can We Improve Diagnosis, Treatment Decisions, and Research All Via One Advancement?

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