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A child’s brain tumor diagnosis is overwhelming.

Resources for Families

No parent believes their child will be diagnosed with brain cancer.

When it happens, no patient, parent, sibling, or survivor should have to stand alone. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is there for families facing the most commonly diagnosed childhood cancer, responding with resources and community support that address every family member’s needs.

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Demand for family support resources and research is at an all-time high. Make a year-end gift today and help us be there every day of the year for families like Valentina’s.

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Our Impact

The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is leading the way toward a future without childhood brain cancer. Every dollar we invest in research attracts an additional 12 dollars in follow-on funding.



December Advocacy Alert: Urgent Action Needed for Critical At-Risk Legislation; Alliance for Childhood Cancer’s Upcoming Action Days

Families affected by pediatric brain tumors face unique and profound challenges. Existing treatments are decades old and often do more harm than good to children’s developing brains, while administrative red tape causes unnecessary delays in families’ ability to access lifesaving care. To truly end childhood brain cancer as we know it, policymakers need to understand these challenges and commit to addressing them. Here are two opportunities to join your voice with other advocates and remind legislators that children with brain tumors deserve better.

Patient Advocate Participates in Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program for the Department of Defense

The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ (CDMRP) Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP) has been charged by U.S. Congress since Fiscal Year 2009 to fund innovative basic, applied, and translational cancer research to support Service members, their families, and the American public. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation nominated patient family advocate Colin Raybin as a consumer advocate to participate in this year's evaluation of research applications submitted to the PRCRP.

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