Brain Tumor Awareness Month 2017

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Brain Tumor Awareness Month: Be Inspired and Participate

This month, we have 31 days to come together and bring the brain tumor cause into the spotlight. Our goal is to raise awareness, share information and take steps toward improving the brain tumor experience.


Social Media: #BTAM

Connect with the ABTA on social media for updates on brain tumor awareness month and more. Use the hashtag #BTAM to keep the conversation trending.

AMP UP: Toolkit to Share Your Story

Throughout month, we encourage you to lend your voice in raising awareness by sharing your brain tumor story with your local media (TV, newspapers, radio).

We developed the documents below to help you get started. All the documents can be downloaded and customized to your specific experiences. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the marketing & communications department via the information below.

ABTA Marketing & Communications Contact:
Jennifer Keljik
marketing & communications specialist
T: 773-577-8793


Get Involved

There are a variety of ways for you to get involved during Brain Tumor Awareness Month and beyond.


    The ABTA CommYOUnity™ is the first nationwide volunteer network dedicated to serving brain tumor patients, caregivers, families and health care professionals. Learn more about volunteering with the ABTA.


    Raise Up in your community by raising awareness and funds to ensure vital resources are available to patients and their families. Host an event of your own, run with our endurance team, or sign up for a 5K run/walk.


    ABTA’s National Patient & Family Conference is held annually in Chicago. Join us to learn about the latest advances in brain tumor research, treatment and care. Learn more or register.


For over 40 years, the ABTA has funded nearly $30 million in brain tumor research. Every dollar counts and your donation will help the ABTA fund critical research and provide programs for those impacted by a brain tumor. Please consider donating today.


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Learn More about Brain Tumors

The ABTA’s website is a comprehensive and trustworthy source of brain tumor information. While you are here, please visit the different areas of our website to view information about: