The health and wellness of brain tumor caregivers, often a spouse, parent, sibling or family member, is pivotal in the management of a brain tumor diagnosis. The American Brain Tumor Association presents interactive sessions that address shifting the mindset of caregivers and family members at the ABTA’s 2015 Patient and Family Conference, July 24-25 in Chicago.
The American Brain Tumor Association announced today a distinguished lineup of keynotes speakers for its 2015 National Patient and Family Conference, Providing and Pursuing Answers: Advances in Research, Treatment and Care. The conference will be held in Chicago at the Renaissance Chicago O’Hare Suites Hotel, July 24-25, 2015.
New findings released today from a poll conducted by the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) show that people diagnosed with a brain tumor needed more information about their diagnosis and treatment options, including clinical trials, at the time of diagnosis, and felt they had only a matter of days to make difficult decisions about their course of treatment.