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Brain Cancer

Featured Content
Watch a video about Steve, an Optune user. Learn how Steve manages his treatment while enjoying his favorite activities.
Barbara Tako
One survivor offers her suggestions to handle chemo brain as she copes with her almost-10-year-old chemo brain.
Jeremy Pivor
With the start of a new decade, a brain cancer patient discovers what may be the most courageous way to move forward in his life.
Katie Kosko
From a weight loss drug’s possible cancer risk to a shocking cancer revelation in the death of ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff, here’s what is making headlines in the cancer space this week.
Dr. Pamela Brastianos
New findings show that Ibrance has the potential to help patients with brain metastases that harbor a CDK pathway alteration.
Katie Kosko
From a bill that would improve access to care for patients with stage 4 cancer to the death of Roxette lead singer Marie Fredrikksson, here’s what is making headlines in the cancer space this week.
Lori Luedtke
Friends would often ask me why I was doing all this running and biking. I had no answer for them. Now, looking back, I know that God was preparing me for the biggest race of my life: my cancer journey! 
Dr. Priscilla Brastianos
While scientists have a limited understanding of how brain metastases genetically evolve from their primary tumor, research presented at the Society for Neuro-Oncology’s Annual Meeting may have identified a connection between genetic mutations and treatment options that could offer patients improved outcomes.
Katie Kosko
Researchers developed SurVaxM to help stimulate an immune response in patients with glioblastoma.
Samira Rajabi
"I’m trying to turn my season of yes into a season of consideration. A season in which I weigh what I can do, with what I’d like to do, and with a radical honesty with my community around what that means and what a low-impact, beautiful, accepting, good life looks like. I hope that season lasts for a long time."
Aprilann Barbarino
After receiving a diagnosis of medulloblastoma at age 11, one woman has lived decades with the disease as her uninvited companion. Now, she writes, speaks and advocates for others facing cancer.

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