The fact that childhood cancer is, thankfully, a rare disease belies the fact that it is the leading cause of disease-related death in U.S. children, age 1-19. The fact […]
“Brain tumors represent an orphan disease with so few diagnosed annually in the USA — about 20,000 primary malignant tumors — that research funds to push the field forward […]
A Parent Education Webinar: Pediatric Low Grade Glioma Brain Tumor Research Findings and Potential Treatment Options is OPEN for Registration!!!
Date: Thursday, November 20th
Time: 1:00pm EST
Dr. Peter Manley, from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, in cooperation with American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) conducted a webinar in July 2014 which provides families with a comprehensive […]
Everyone has heroes. Someone they look up to or someone who influenced them in their life. My hero is Sonic The Hedgehog. What makes Sonic so awesome to me? […]
The Senate Appropriations Committee released its Committee Report for FY15 Labor, Health and Education Appropriations at the end of July. In the NIH section of the report, the Committee […]
Forty-five Low Grade Glioma families were treated to a picture perfect week at Camp Sunshine! From July 15th – 20th, families from across the country convened in Casco, Maine […]
This video presents the research findings of Dr. Mark Kieran, Director of Pediatric Medical Neuro-Oncology and Co-Director, Program in Pediatric Low-Grade Astrocytoma, Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
This video presents the research findings of Dr. Charles Stiles, Co-Chair, Department of Cancer Biology and Co-Director, Program in Pediatric Low-Grade Astrocytoma, Dana Farber Cancer Institute.