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The American Brain Tumor Association

Visit the ABTA online at for the latest brain tumor news, educational information, events, and more. For brain tumor support and information, call our CareLine at 800-886-ABTA (2282) or email [email protected]

Register Now for the 2012 ABTA Patient and Family Conference

National brain tumor experts will discuss the latest brain tumor research trends and findings, new and emerging treatment options, and patient/caregiver quality of life issues at the 2012 ABTA Patient and Family Conference. This annual conference runs from…Read More

Not Alone

Not alone. Thanks to the work of the American Brain Tumor Association, these words resonate deeply for those impacted by a brain tumor. Not alone because as patients and families face the fear and uncertainty that follow a brain tumor diagnosis, the ABTA is…Read More

ABTA Holiday Cards Available - Support our Cause

The American Brain Tumor Association is excited to announce the arrival of our 2011 Holiday Cards! Prices start at $29. Deadline for personalized cards is December 9 & non-personalized cards is December 12. To receive a brochure, call 1-888-487-5567. View…Read More

Last Week to Register: Make Personal ABTA Connections

In one extraordinary weekend, July 29 – 30, brain tumor patients, survivors, families, and nationally recognized healthcare leaders from across the country will come together for the American Brain Tumor Association meeting. Attendees will hear from…Read More

Patient-Family Connections Meeting & Retreat, July 29-30

Patient-Family Connections Meeting & Retreat, July 29-30 Join us for the 2011 Patient-Family Connections Meeting & Retreat at the Marriott Lincolnshire Resort in Lincolnshire, Ill. The two-day event, July 29 and 30, brings together patients, family…Read More

Take the Brain Tumor Awareness Pledge

Take the pledge and receive two free gray awareness wristbands - one for you and one for a friend. You'll also receive a list of specific ways that you can spread brain tumor awareness in your community and…Read More
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