Wear Orange and Gray During International Brain Tumor Week

Brain tumors don’t discriminate based on ethnicity, political views, age, or gender lines. They also don’t know any borders. Saturday, October 22, begins International Brain Tumour Awareness Week. The colors of the week are orange and gray, and we’ll be wearing them to show our support of the worldwide community of brain tumor survivors and their caregivers. We ask you to wear them too.

Be sure to share photos of you wearing orange and gray apparel, from Oct 22nd to 29th, in solidarity for the week via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other media. #OrangeandGray

September 2016

From the CEO’s Desk: Pediatric Brain Tumors - Circling the Square

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Advancement News

National Gray Gala

The Gray Gala is National Brain Tumor Society’s premier event of 2016, and will serve as an important time to celebrate all the terrific progress being made in brain tumor research and drug development, honor leaders in the field and community, and raise much needed awareness for this cause.

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Pinehurst Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, OCT 22, 2016

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

An Answer for Cancer Dinner and Auction
SUN, OCT 23, 2016

The National Gray Gala
FRI, NOV 11, 2016

Los Angeles Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, NOV 12, 2016

Dallas-Ft. Worth Brain Tumor Walk
SAT, NOV 12, 2016

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Events & The Field

Tulips Against Tumors

Extended for another week, you can order tulips and fund brain tumor research. Please read Tulips Agaist Tumors’ cofounder, Chris Grudner’s, blog and learn how this personal tribute to his wife has taken on new life.

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NBTS Programs

September Brain Tumor Research Highlights

Over the years, NBTS has given more than $34 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.

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Community Stories

Thank you to our Board Members terming off

We wish to thank Jeff Kolodin, Sheila Killeen, Michael Corkin, Susan Pannullo, and Cord Schlobohm for their years of dedicated service to the National Brain Tumor Society. While they are leaving our Board of Directors, they will remain active in the brain tumor community. Thank you all for your monumental contributions.


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