Brain Tumor Awareness Month

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Brain Tumor Awareness Month is an opportunity for us to come together as a community and spotlight the tributes and triumphs of all of those impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis and the need for greater understanding of the disease and safer, more effective treatments. There are so many ways to get involved.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Follow the ABTA on social media for the latest updates, stories, brain tumor statics and more.  During the month of May, we will be sharing great stories from patients and caregivers. We will also be providing education through statistics and other interesting brain tumor facts. Use this info to spread the word!  

 

Download one of our "Breakthrough Signs" and then share them on social media by posting them on Facebook or Instagram with #Breakthrough.  

 

                  

 


We are excited to announce the opening for our new ABTA store. You’ll find a variety of clothing and other merchandise available. There are even options to customize the products with names and photos! Click here to get started.

 

Help heighten awareness with a gray wristband! This soft gray wristband is a great talking point and gift for others.

 

 

 

Everyone who has been affected by a brain tumor has an amazing story to tell. We want to hear from you. Whether you are a patient or caregiver, friend or health care professional – your story can help others and inspire them in so many ways. 


Share the story of your brain tumor journey on our website.

 

 

There is nothing like community. We offer opportunities for people to see and connect with each other. 

 

Our Breakthrough for Brain Tumor 5K (BT5K) Run & Walks and Team Breakthrough endurance events are held across the country; we also have volunteers who put on wonderful fundraising events in their local communities. In addition, the ABTA works with health care providers to host or take part in educational meetings and events.


If you’re looking for support, you can join the conversation on our online community group. Connections has over 4,000 members who are all sharing their stories, ideas, helpful tips and comforting words. 

 

You can also stay on top of the latest updates in treatment, care and research by attending one of our free educational webinars.

 

 

Everyone has different experiences with health care. We want to hear about your experiences.

 

Take our anonymous survey so that we can gather information in order to better inform our mission.