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May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month.
Some kids with this fast-growing brain cancer can safely get less radiation without limiting their long-term survival.
Rachel Slater insists that the hardest part about going to Harvard was getting in — if you don’t count her two bouts with brain cancer.
The five scientists with exceptional promise and novel approaches to fighting cancer have been named the 2021 recipients.
An oncolytic virus that kills cancer cells and triggers immune responses against tumors shows promise for children with brain cancer.
While battling glioblastoma, Eric Smith feared he wouldn’t get to see his daughter grow up. He’s had the chance thanks to a clinical trial.
The bipartisan bill aims to help unknown thousands of veterans who got sick after exposure to toxic substances from massive open fire pits.
John-Mark Mallory, executive director of the MMF, shares his thoughts on surviving the loss of his brother to testicular cancer.
A new study suggests a link between a pathogen commonly found in undercooked meat and the risk of glioma, a type of brain cancer, in adults.
Study finds that using steroids to treat brain tumor symptoms may limit the effectiveness of immunotherapy drugs against these tumors.
COVID-19, FDA drug approvals and new approaches to treatment and quality of life stood out among this year’s top stories.
Cancer Health blogger Adam Hayden, 38, a philosopher and palliative care advocate, lives in Indianapolis with his wife and three sons.
These cancers include those that are rare among adults under 40, such as breast, colon, pancreas, kidney, prostate and ovarian cancer.
Recently, we met (virtually) with my neuro-oncologist to hear the results of my recent MRI scan.
“[We must] make sure these families have access to the resources they need to ensure their children can get the highest quality care.”
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