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Brain Tumors Grow Their Own Blood Supply

I read this article and wanted to blog about it. My next few posts will also highlight current published or referenced research—research which may directly impact advancements in brain tumor treatment. This first article references work by a team of researchers from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.  It begins by stating, “Tumors […]

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Mobile Devices and Cancer: An Update

I’d like to take a minute to update you on the most current findings regarding a much discussed topic: Do mobile devices cause cancer? Information cited in this blog post comes from an article in the November issue of Women’s Health. The National Cancer Institute has ruled mobile devices safe, but a growing number of […]

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Online Auction Open! Only 8 More Days

Now is your chance to bid on some amazing gifts and vacation packages for yourself, your family, or those you love. Go ahead and bid–and know that you are supporting a life changing mission to help end brain cancer! There are only 7 days left to make your bids online – through December 10. All proceeds […]

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No Flat-Funding Cancer Research – Email Your Legislators Today!

Health care reform was one of the most important agenda items for the 111th Congress, and on March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law. This landmark legislation incorporated several separate bills of particular interest to the cancer research community. The following is an update from The American […]

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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: […]