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About Blog - Get a better understanding of what happens during metastasis brain cancer surgery to ease your mind and better prepare for your procedure.
São Paulo, Brasil
About Blog - The mission of Neurosurgery blog is to facilitate the equitable, global dissemination of high-quality health research; to promote international dialogue and collaboration on health issues; to improve clinical practice; and to expand and deepen the understanding of health and health care.
About Blog - Get latest updates for oncologists and hematologists treating primary (astrocytoma, meningioma, medulloblastoma, ependymoma, brain stem glioma) and metastatic brain tumors.
Santa Monica, CA
About Blog - The PNI blog covers wide spectrum of neurological and cranial disorders including: brain tumors, skull base tumors, pituitary tumors, and more.
About Blog - The Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc is a nonprofit public charity dedicated to helping brain tumor patients through emotional and financial support, education, advocacy and raising money for brain tumor research.
About Blog - National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) is a nonprofit organization committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. NBTS is fiercely committed to finding better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for people living with a brain tumor today and anyone who will be diagnosed tomorrow.
About Blog - Jessie Rees Foundation is all about giving "CARE" to each child and family. We will care until there is a cure. Help us care for and encourage every child. Ensuring every kid & family impacted by childhood cancer has the support & resources to Never Ever Give Up!
Milton Keynes, England
About Blog - The vision of Brain Tumour Research is to find a cure for brain tumours. Its mission is to build a network of experts in sustainable brain tumour research. It shares stories of people affected by brain cancer on its blog.
Palo Alto, California
About Blog - Cancer Commons is a nonprofit collecting and learning from real patient experiences to give cancer patients the information they need. Guided by the latest scientific knowledge, they recommend the best available resources, based on each patient’s distinct profile.
About Blog - Survival With Kids is a website where I share information relating to my husband's brain cancer (Glioblastoma), Catholicism (mostly related to raising Catholic kids), car seats and a little bit of prepping/preparedness.
Surrey, United Kingdom
About Blog - The IBTA is an alliance of the support, advocacy and information groups for brain tumour patients and carers around the world. Their mission is to advocate for the best treatments, information, support and quality of life for brain tumour patients, offering them, their families and carers hope – wherever they live in the world.
About Blog - The Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering support and compassion. Our mission is to raise awareness of the disease, provide hope and support for others living with brain tumors in Connecticut and raise money to support and advocate the cutting-edge research we all know someday will find a cure.
About Blog - A Kids’ Brain Tumor Cure Foundation (PLGA) helps to battle the most common forms of brain tumors in children by raising funds for medical research.
About Blog - The story of a brain tumor survivor's experience, struggles and hope. This blog as a way to share author's story with others. His mission is to educate, inspire and be an outlet for those who are currently undergoing treatment or who are just diagnosed.
About Blog - The Smashing Walnuts Foundation strives to raises awareness of pediatric cancer and to raise funds to support research to find cures for pediatric brain cancer.
About Blog - My name is Gideon Burrows and this is my blog about bicycles and brain tumours. In April 2012, an MRI scan found what a surgeon later confirmed: I have an inoperable brain tumour that was giving me mild epileptic seizures. If you are or have been touched by brain tumour, or any kind of cancer, I hope you find what I have to share useful.
Saskatoon, SK Canada
About Blog - In August 2012, I was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Read my complete story on my blog GREYMADDER.
About Blog - The leading UK charity in our field, funding pioneering research, providing support & info and raising awareness. Its aim is to improve understanding, diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours to improve outcomes for everyone affected.
About Blog - The ABTA is the first & the only U.S. organization committed to funding brain tumor research & providing education & information on all tumors & all ages. Watch videos on Youtube.
Santa Monica, CA
About Blog - The Pacific Neuroscience Institute located at the John Wayne Cancer Institute and Providence Saint John's Health Center specializes in the treatment and care of patients with pituitary, brain and skull base tumors and other neurological disorders.
Oklahoma City, OK
About Blog - Videos provided from the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation regarding the patients, caregivers, physicians, and volunteers. OKBTF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education, support and advocacy for Oklahoma children and adults with a brain tumor and their families to improve their quality of life and help find a cure.
About Blog - I am a 24 year old woman in the fight for my life!! As I battle an Astrocytoma that is leeching into my brain. Luckily, I don't take a death sentence lying down!! Here is my story, hope you enjoy!!
About Blog - Our organization seeks less toxic, more effective treatments that are specifically designed for children fighting cancer. Our ultimate mission is to help fund the intelligence and technology that will uncover new ways to cure
Abingdon, United Kingdom
About Blog - Supporting Childhood Brain Tumour Research. Uk based Charity inspired by the life of Skye Hall and his #LoomtotheMoon campaign, the focus is on implementing formalised data collection on side effects, medulloblastomas and wellbeing projects at Oxfordshire's Children's Hospital
About Blog - Hi I’m Anna Louise Swabey. I am 23 years old and have recently been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour (It still feels bizarre when I write that down or say it out loud).
Midwest, United States
About Blog - This page was created to give Oliver and his family the encouragement and support they need. As well as to raise awareness for DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) or Pediatric Brainstem Cancer.
About Blog - This blog was a forum for me to put forward my campaigns and theories on health and wellness within a traditional, mainstream context. But two years ago my whole outlook on health transformed radically with the diagnosis, surgery and fallout of my little girl being diagnosed with an enormous brain tumor.
Prince George, VA
About Blog - In November 2012, my wife Melissa was diagnosed with a brain tumor...grade three brain cancer. I started blogging the day we found out...talking about life, cancer, family, and whatever is on my mind.
About Blog - OSCAR’s PBTC (Ongoing, Support, Care and Research into Paediatric Brain Tumours Charity) was formed in the summer of 2014. The Charity was formed by the parents and friends of Oscar Hughes, a 9 year old boy who died of a Medulloblastoma (a brain tumour) on the 3rd of May 2014.
About Blog - Beloved and gentle husband, daddy, son, brother, friend, co-worker and neighbor who battled brain cancer - a glioblastoma in the brain stem that we call Spot. That Damm Spot was released with Steve's peaceful passing on September 7, 2009.
About Blog - Jeanneane Maxon is a pro-life Speaker and advocate, World Traveler, Fun Aunt, People Lover, Wanderlust Evangelist, Christ-follower and a brain-cancer -survivor-in-process.
About Blog - Having brain cancer has had a wonderful way of changing my perspective on just about everything, including turning 50 today. When I turned 30 I was sad to be getting older. Today, I have no wish to be young again. I harbor little nostalgia for years gone by. I have only immense gratitude for this day, for the privilege of turning 50, for being alive. I am very, very happy to be 50. Bring it o
About Blog - My name is Faith. I’m the mother of five children. Three are living. My youngest was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer on memorial day of 2013, when he was 3. His name is John John. I am a follower of Christ, I claim victory over death by the power of the cross.
About Blog - My journey with brain cancer began very suddenly in December 2011. After years of complaining of headaches, migraines and other symptoms, my doctor finally sent me for an MRI on November 26, 2011.
Road Elmhurst, IL , Chicago
About Blog - Get latest news on brain tumor from CyberKnife Center of Chicago. CyberKnife Advantage CyberKnife Center of Chicago treats many different types of cancer.
Rowlands Gill, UK
About Blog - As this blog title suggests, the chances of me (the sibling of a brain tumour victim) developing my very own brain tumour, were apparently ridiculous. They are the kind of odds that would make a movie or book seem preposterous and detract from any story-telling magic. Yet here I am, nearly 10 years after my beloved brother, Graeme Turner, died, embarking on my own journey.
Ewa Beach, HI, U.S
About Blog - In October 2008, 3 year old Lily was diagnosed with 2 types of Cancer. In 2012 her mom was diagnosed with 2 types of cancer. Here are the current updates on Lily's family, their tumors, treatment and living with Li Fraumeni Syndrome.
About Blog - Atticus was with a diagnosed with a brain tumor on August 26th 2016. It is now confirmed that it is a very rare form of brain and spinal cancer called a Choroid Plexus Carcinoma. We are currently living in Seattle getting ready to start Chemo. Surgery was very successful and we are so appreciative of our amazing tumor team here.
About Blog - My name is Courtney Dueck, also known as Queen C. While “Adventure” might be an understatement when you look at the past year months which has not only consisted of my own wedding, but brain surgery, a cancer diagnosis, and treatment plans starting with radiation in Boston Massachusetts, it certainly has been a journey! I created this blog in order to update friends and family of my whereabouts.
About Blog - This site is an excellent resource for brain cancer survivors. We aim to provide 1:1 support to people who are currently undergoing treatment for cancerous brain tumors. Our organization provides support by pairing up people who have undergone brain cancer treatment with people are going through the experience now.
About Blog - Our sweet son, James Camden, was diagnosed with a brain tumor on June 23, 2011 at 7 and a half months old. We are so determined to think positively and we know that God has a perfect plan for James!
Oro Valley, Arizona
About Blog - Anne Breen is an meningioma survivor since 1986 in my own FDA investigational clinical trial of mifepristone (RU-486) for meningioma control since Feb 2005. Meningiomas are now 34% of new primary brain tumors, more than GBMs and strike twice as many women as men, yet no standard chemo exists.
About Blog - Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in America as well as supporting nonprofit organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer.
London, ON (serving Canada)
About Blog - Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to reaching every Canadian affected by a brain tumour through support, education, information and research.
About Blog - This blog is to share some of my stories, opinions, updates. research, and thoughts with all of you. I would also like to share my journey towards living life to the fullest and the path along the way, which will include information on cancer and anything cancer-related, and recipes too! (Anything healthy to help combat cancer, of course.)
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