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Caring for the Caregiver

Here’s a new blog from one of our guest bloggers, Stacie Beam-Bruce.  Stacie is the Chris Elliott Fund Integrative Care Specialist and assists in running our Integrative Patient Support Group at The Ben & Catherine Ivy Center.  Stacie’s blog is below, and thank you Stacie for taking the time to be our guest blogger for today: […]

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It All Started With A Wish

A wish is simply an idea, but what makes it so different is when you take a little bit of action, a simple wish suddenly becomes something much greater, it becomes real, and is no longer a dream, wish or idea that lives in an intangible realm—it now is capable of living with us, in […]

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Talk About Brain Cancer Awareness…

Hello everyone.  It’s been awhile since I last reached out, and I apologize.  I have been very busy building brain cancer awareness and saving lives. This past weekend my team and I exhibited at the Seattle Seahawks 12K run, and passed out awareness bracelets, collateral, and talked to crowds of people about brain cancer and […]

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Glioblastoma Survivor Press Release

Our new press release went live today, and we are getting coverage. Building awareness is what we do here at the Chris Elliott Fund. The release is below: Glioblastoma Multiforme Brain Cancer Survivor Inspires Us All To Have Hope And Believe John Brace is one of the 3% that survived this disease – Medicine, Meditation, […]

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Swedish Neuroscience Institute Brain Cancer Surgeon Publishes Major Feature Article in Scientific American MIND

SEATTLE – March 10, 2010 – Greg Foltz, M.D., director of the Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Treatment at Swedish Medical Center, has published a major eight-page feature article in the March/April 2010 issue of the scientific journal Scientific American MIND titled ‘New Hope for Battling Brain Cancer.’ The article, which can […]