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In memory of Christy Glover

Greetings Friends,


Thank you so much for helping us in our quest to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors.  We have joined the CareCampaign in support of Christy Glover who lost her life to an anaplastic astrocytoma. Your donation today will bring us closer to making breakthroughs, both in labs and lives!


The American Brain Tumor Association was the first national organization committed to funding brain tumor research.  They continue to be the only national organization serving the comprehensive information and resource needs of both brain tumor patients and caregivers.


Thank you for your support!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tony Stark
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  • Mr. & Mrs. Bill and Wilma Salyers
  • Pamela Chesser
  • Dennis Hines
  • Kelsey Rebecca Kline

Marie-Pierre's Story

We had a great life. I remember the moment that it all changed. It was Monday evening, January 19, 2004, when the MRI technicians prevented us from leaving the hospital. We had been waiting far too long after my wife's test, and I told them enough was enough.
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Debra's Story

Debra, a wife and mother, artist and cancer volunteer is the survivor of a medulloblastoma. She shares her experiences from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.
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Lisa's Story

It has been six years since my diagnosis and three years since the resection of my Grade II posterior fossa Oligoastrocytoma. Believe it or not, it is almost like it never happened, except in December when I religiously have my MRI every year.
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