"I AM ONE IN 468"
ABTA Launches Public Awareness & Fundraising Campaign
Considered a rare disease, public awareness of brain tumors continues to remain low. And yet, with 1 in 468 people living with a brain tumor, it’s likely everyone knows someone impacted.
A group of courageous brain tumor patients, survivors and caregivers, are sharing their stories through the “I AM ONE IN 468” campaign to help the public understand that while brain tumors are a rare disease, it’s actually Closer Than They Know.
We hope the campaign will elevate awareness of this unforgiving disease, and inspire the public and brain tumor community to make a donation to help the ABTA fund patient programs and research.
As you meet Brandon, Billi, Yessenia, Sharon and Brian, you’ll see that many members of our community are battling this disease during the pandemic, serving as a reminder that brain tumors don’t stop for a pandemic.
Let’s unite to support them with critical patient services and breakthrough brain tumor research.
The American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) persists in its mission, announcing today the investment of $368,000 towards 11 new research grants to foster innovation in diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors in adults and children.
Calling brain tumor scientists and medical professionals. The ABTA is now accepting grant applications for Discovery Grants and Jack and Fay Netchin Medical Student Summer
Larry loved his fiery, redheaded wife, Lynn. But when Lynn was diagnosed with glioblastoma (GBM), he knew things had to change. It was his turn to take care of his wife and build a bigger boat for them both. In recognition of Caregiver Awareness Month, he wants to share his story.