Research may hold the key to new treatments — and even cures — for rare and inoperable brain tumors
You might think making important scientific discoveries would be accomplishment enough, but getting the word out to a global community of researchers is just as important—maybe even more so, as each publication spreads the knowledge and spurs future investigations. The
The project is “powered by families” — donations come from the families, friends, and supporters of the children, adolescents, and young adults diagnosed with these tumors. In the absence of major funding from government agencies or major foundations, the Children’s Brain
The amazing circle of love and support that formed around Elizabeth Minter during her illness made it possible to launch the Children’s Brain Tumor Project — a research program aimed solely at rare and inoperable brain tumors that strike children.