Every family – regardless of where they live – deserves access to quality cancer care. However, that’s often not the case for children with brain cancer, as a recent study revealed significant disparities across the country in pediatric brain tumor mortality and incidence rates.
Since state cancer plans serve as a blueprint for how cancer research and resources are funded and distributed in each state, the language in these policies is extremely important – and very few address the unique needs of pediatric patients.
In this on-demand webinar featuring the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Director of Advocacy, Mike Henry, Health Officer for Ohio Department of Health’s Ann Ramer, and the Director of Clinical Engagement and Outreach for Courageous Parent Network’s Chrissy Salley, Ph.D., learn how we’re working in your community to get language and funding specific to childhood cancer and pediatric brain tumors incorporated in state cancer plans.
Thanks to the generosity of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s donors, this and all webinars are free for families and other members of the pediatric brain cancer community. If you have questions, need support, or would like a copy of the presentation slides, please email [email protected].