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Since 1983, the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children (BTFC) has been committed to supporting children/families affected by brain tumor disease. As we walk through the office doors each day, it is with great anticipation of and hope for the day that … Continue reading
At BTFC we hope that some day we will no longer be needed, that some day there will be a cure for brain cancer. As we hope for that day, we realize that knowledge, through research and shared information, is … Continue reading
Realizing May is still several months away, we wanted to take this opportunity to make sure you have your calendars highlighted with REALLY bright colors for one of THE most important months of the year – National Brain Tumor Awareness … Continue reading
Local Kennesaw newspaper The Bright Side has recently published an article on the upcomng Elf Trot and Merry Mile. Please read it here (scroll down to page 21).
Teenager Brian Parks was diagnosed with a malignant tumor just over two years ago and has come to be known as “Superman” ever since. CountyLine Magazine has recently published an article describing his journey, which included radiation, chemotherapy, and lots … Continue reading
It started as just an eye tic, which then 13 year old Britton Ballard thought was “neat.” His mother’s instinct knew it was not just an eye tic. After six months of testing, Britton was finally diagnosed: he had an … Continue reading