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Brain Cancer

Feature Video
Watch a video about Chad, a patient using Optune.
Learn how Chad manages his treatment while enjoying his favorite activities.
Samira Rajabi
Chronic illness causes a lot of pain, and pain always carries fear with it. One way to cope is to recognize that fear can co-exist with many other feelings. It is OK to be scared, and it is OK to keep going.
Jeannine Walston
Explore why I'm still here as a 20-year brain tumor survivor, and watch a video about my story with insights to thrive.
Kristie L. Kahl
Although still in early phases, an oncolytic virus, called DNX-2401, may be a groundbreaking therapy in pediatric patients with diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas.
Jessica Skarzynski
The photographers’ excitement to be involved led to a number of photo sessions for “fighter families” as Dawson calls them. After just a few sessions, it was apparent the Gold Hope Project was a hit.
Samira Rajabi
For those of us living with (and taking care of) people living with brain tumors, cancers and other diseases that become chronic, life's challenges begin to shift, as do our outlooks. It is important for us to be able to love our bodies, our disabilities, and for the world to make space for all sorts of bodies to exist.
Kristie L. Kahl
Berubicin showed promise in the treatment of glioblastoma as a drug that was able to cross the blood-brain barrier.
Samira Rajabi
When stuck in this space, it is tempting to hide from life, but with all the beauty in the world, it doesn't serve any of us to hide.
Thea's Star of Hope
When asked about her favorite thing about Thea's Star of Hope, the ten-year-old explained that the organization is like a laser on pediatric brain tumors, shooting at them until, hopefully one day, poof! They disappear.
Kristie L. Kahl
Following fertility clinic malfunctions in Cleveland and San Francisco, many patients who have or had cancer are facing devastating losses, leaving many questions in the wake of these events.
Katie Kosko
Findings from an early phase clinical trial that used a so-called “smart bomb” virus — which was altered to attack tumor cells rather than normal cells — appeared to show promise in this area.
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