COVID-19 Information

Ralph DeVitto
President & CEO, ABTA

Our brain tumor community is no stranger to navigating through the difficulties and uncertainty of life. And now, with COVID-19, our physical and emotional well-being is tested once again. Some members of our brain tumor community may be especially vulnerable to this virus, and while we must be extra careful to protect ourselves by staying home, I believe, there is no community better poised to persevere.

 I want you to know that you are not alone. Your ABTA, your community, is here for you.

Today, and in the days ahead, I encourage you to reach out to the ABTA to assist you with whatever you need. I hope the information and resources below help you to navigate this challenging time.

-Ralph DeVitto, President & CEO, American Brain Tumor Association

Information

COVID-19 Webinar

Dr. Erin Dunbar & Dr. Jesse Couk, give COVID-19 updates and its impact on at-risk populations.

COVID-19 F.A.Q.

Brain tumor experts provide information on important facts you should know.

Know Your Risk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides an overview of high risk populations.

Resources

Connections Community

The ABTA Connections Community is an online discussion community of 25,000 members. Discussion topics include COVID-19, primary brain tumors, metastatic brain tumors, and others.

Mentor Program

If you’re feeling lonely or overwhelmed, let the ABTA connect you with a trained patient or caregiver mentor who is eager to listen and provide support.

CareLine

For brain tumor information or resources, call our CareLine at 800-886-ABTA (2282) or email abtacares@abta.org.

Share your questions with us

Email us with your COVID-19 questions, and we’ll share them with our medical experts to address in upcoming webinars and communications. Email: abtacares@abta.org.