The EndBrainCancer Initiative Calls on All Americans to Recognize and Support the National Glioblastoma Awareness Day on July 21st
This is a day for us to:
- Honor those who have lost their lives to brain cancer and are currently living with it, as well as the families, friends, and caregivers;
- Support efforts to develop better treatments for glioblastoma that will improve the long-term prognosis;
- Urge a collaborative approach to brain tumor research, uniting in a day of action and support to advance research and care to conquer and cure this disease.
For more information, see the description of the first GBM Awareness Day in 2019.
On July 21st, 2021, Good Morning America featured a video where EBCI patients express their appreciation for GBM Awareness Day and the need for more public education and awareness.
The EndBrainCancer Initiative would like to thank National GBM Day Awareness, Education, & Outreach Initiative and Campaign supporters: Novocure, CURE Media Group, MJ Hennessy Life Sciences, CureScience, Whim Social, Great Purpose Productions and Individual Supporters.