For Health Care Professionals

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The American Brain Tumor Association is here as your partner in care. As a professional working in the brain tumor community, you are already dedicated to providing comprehensive, quality care to brain tumor patients and their families.  Let the ABTA help enhance that care by providing supplemental and meaningful resources for your patients and their caregivers.

Through the ABTA you can also:

  • Order publications for patients. We provide publications on all major brain tumor types, a Brain Tumor Dictionary and a guide book called About Brain Tumors: A Primer for Patients and Caregivers, as well as publications on treatments including chemotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery, radiation therapy, and more.
  • Attend an upcoming support group facilitator mentoring session to learn how to start or lead a group while earning continuing education credits.
  • Watch a previously recorded webinar or register for an upcoming program on various brain tumor-related topics and share with your patients to explain where treatment is heading.
  • Just released: Brain Tumor Clinical Practice Guidelines.

We are here to provide the tools to help you build relationships as one of our partners in care. For more information, additional resources or questions, please call our CareLine at (800) 886-ABTA (2282) or email us at