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Brain Cancer

The Cancer Bond: How I Navigate Being an Oncology Nurse and a Brain Tumor Survivor
Brain CancerPatient Stories
After the shock of being diagnosed with advanced-stage brain cancer, oncology nurse Sherry Moore’s outlook on life and her approach to her patients changed profoundly. She also learned that it was okay to be happy, angry, sad, or scared, and that grief was fluid.
May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month
Brain CancerSlideshowsWeb Exclusives
View this slideshow to learn important facts about brain cancer, including statistics, causes and symptoms.
Demonstrating Mental Toughness and Emotional Maturity During a Harrowing Brain Tumor Scare
Brain CancerSurvivorshipWeb Exclusives
Nate Loch’s attitude and demeanor shaped his approach to a life-threatening brain tumor, subsequent complications, and the prospects of a long recovery while serving as a reminder about the fragility of life.
Reaching for the Stars Along with a Brain Cancer Diagnosis
Brain CancerPatient Stories
"What I remember clearly is that I was supposed to have only 14 to 18 months to live. That was about 6 years ago," says Melanie Kabo.
Drugs for Brain Cancer & Acromegaly
Brain Cancer
Here are the drugs and financial support services available to patients receiving treatment for Brain Cancer.
How OurBrainBank Benefits Patients and Researchers
Brain CancerHero of HopeSupport Services
Hear how OurBrainBank app helps patients with glioblastoma manage their disease, provides valuable data for research, and links drug manufacturers to prospective participants for drug trials.
Paving the Way
Brain CancerCancer FundraisingHero of Hope
Jessica Morris explains why it is important to fund research on rare cancers such as glioblastoma and how contributions to small nonprofits can have a powerful impact.
The Courage to Win Through
Brain CancerCancer FundraisingHero of Hope
Jessica Morris discusses how she finds the passion and energy to continue campaigning for the fight against brain cancer.
We're All in This Together
Brain CancerCaregiversHero of Hope
Jessica Morris reflects on the nurses and caregivers who have been with her during her illness. She remarks that patients should have empathy for their caregivers as well, as cancer affects everyone in the patient's community.
A Statistic of One
Brain CancerHero of HopeInfusion of Hope
2018 Hero of Hope Patient Award winner Jessica Morris talks about her commitment to living fully and embracing life, and encourages others to find hope in experiencing each day as it comes.
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