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By American Academy of Neurology
Researchers have identified a group of immune system genes that may play a role in how long people can live after developing a common type of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme, a tumor of the glial cells in the brain.
By Alzheimer's Association Orange County
Leading nonprofit to promote brain health during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month
By Voices Against Brain Cancer
VABC's mission is to not only to make it to the end of this half-marathon race, but also to put an end to the race in finding a cure for brain cancer.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
In a major public announcement today, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health warned the public to reduce their exposure to cell phone radiation.
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By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New research indicates that brain cancer risk increases with more years of cell phone and cordless phone use and more hours of use
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By 3000 Miles to a Cure
3 nights ago, around 8pm, 70 miles outside of Flagstaff AZ, a car driven by a person who was texting and traveling 65MPH slammed into the back of the van following Maria Parker, 50, who was entered in the 3000 mile Race Across America
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Cell phone use was associated with increased risk of two types of brain tumors in a new study of 790,000 women.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The World Health Organization concludes there is “limited evidence” in both humans and laboratory animals for the carcinogenicity of radiofrequency radiation, especially from cell phones.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The European Environment Agency published a major report today to alert governments about the need to attend to early warning signs about technology health risks, including mobile phones.
By Prayers from Maria
Rocky River's Old Detroit Road is serving as host to the Sunflower Wine Festival on Sat., July 14 from 4 p.m. – 12 a.m. The annual fundraising event offers wine and beer gardens, food trucks from the area’s best restaurants, and entertainment.
By Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region
Newly diagnosed brain cancer patients are being sought by Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento for a clinical trial of a vaccine that is made from a patient’s own tumor.
By Laura Mogil, Harrison Edwards Public Relations
Trial Involves a New Brain Cancer Vaccine, Tailored to a Patient's Own Tumor

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By American Academy of Neurology
Researchers have identified a group of immune system genes that may play a role in how long people can live after developing a common type of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme, a tumor of the glial cells in the brain.
By Alzheimer's Association Orange County
Leading nonprofit to promote brain health during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month
By National Brain Tumor Society
Summit Reviews Systemic Change Happening in Brain Cancer Research & Development, Honors Community Leaders
By Voices Against Brain Cancer
VABC's mission is to not only to make it to the end of this half-marathon race, but also to put an end to the race in finding a cure for brain cancer.
By RF Safe
RF Safe helps parents get their children into the habit of cell phone radiation safety with a new line of colorful RF Safe headsets. RF Safe headsets are a simple solution to keep a cell phone users brain safe from cell phone radiation
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
In a major public announcement today, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health warned the public to reduce their exposure to cell phone radiation.
12216483
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
New research indicates that brain cancer risk increases with more years of cell phone and cordless phone use and more hours of use
12158515
By 3000 Miles to a Cure
3 nights ago, around 8pm, 70 miles outside of Flagstaff AZ, a car driven by a person who was texting and traveling 65MPH slammed into the back of the van following Maria Parker, 50, who was entered in the 3000 mile Race Across America
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Cell phone use was associated with increased risk of two types of brain tumors in a new study of 790,000 women.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The World Health Organization concludes there is “limited evidence” in both humans and laboratory animals for the carcinogenicity of radiofrequency radiation, especially from cell phones.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Regardless of your carrier, always keep your cell phone away from your head and your reproductive organs. Children's cell phone use should be very limited.
By The writings of Kevin Poston
This is the story of my battle with childhood cancer. I was 11 when diagnosed and am 32 at the time of this article. I have been very blessed by God, with fellow Christians and family. I hope you will enjoy this article and my other writings.
By J. Anita Lafayette Publishing
What does brain swelling and a degree mean? Just get a college degree with cancer and a full-time job. Here is a way to help Anita through GoFundMe.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The European Environment Agency published a major report today to alert governments about the need to attend to early warning signs about technology health risks, including mobile phones.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
Dr. Sanjay Gupta in a recent episode of the TV program, "The Doctor Oz Show," discussed cell phone radiation and brain cancer with Dr. Mehmet Oz and called for caution in how we use our cell phones.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
A newly published review of the research on mobile phone radiation and brain tumor risk calls on governments " to protect public health from this widespread source of radiation."
By Prayers from Maria
Rocky River's Old Detroit Road is serving as host to the Sunflower Wine Festival on Sat., July 14 from 4 p.m. – 12 a.m. The annual fundraising event offers wine and beer gardens, food trucks from the area’s best restaurants, and entertainment.
By Bruce brodowski
Emmy Mott is going on four but faces a future of fear. Pray for a miracle.
By Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region
Newly diagnosed brain cancer patients are being sought by Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento for a clinical trial of a vaccine that is made from a patient’s own tumor.
By Laura Mogil, Harrison Edwards Public Relations
Trial Involves a New Brain Cancer Vaccine, Tailored to a Patient's Own Tumor
By Grapevine Communications
The 4th Annual Payton Wright Foundation Golf Tournament will be held at noon on May 13, 2011, at the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club.
By KMR-Media
Asymptomatic is what the neurologists labelled Tiffany Kennard.
By HaroldSays, Inc.
Harold Cameron Raises Awareness and Funds for Brain Tumor & Brain Cancer in Historic Walk
By Miles For Hope
Northwest Biotherapeutics, a leading biotechnology company, is seeking to enroll over 240 brain cancer patients in a major clinical trial for DCVax®, a life-saving vaccine for brain cancer
By Miles For Hope
Miles for Hope, a national brain tumor charity has selected Los Angeles as a location for one of their national Moving Towards a Cure® events to raise brain tumor awareness and necessary funding for this deadly disease
By Miles for Hope
Miles For Hope, a Clearwater charity, will be the recipient of proceeds from a fundraising challenge set to raise critically needed awareness and funding of brain tumors
By Miles for Hope
Miles for Hope, a national brain tumor charity, continues to raise awareness and funding during the 4th International Brain Tumor Awareness Week
By Miles for Hope
More Than 800 cyclists, runners and walkers from across the Country came together at Miles for Hope’s 3rd annual Moving Towards a Cure® event at Coachman Park in Clearwater, Florida
By Lauren Berley
"Legacy of Pride" is a photographic exhibition by Lauren Berley that intimately examines America's West, and its deeply-rooted traditions. The exhibition opens in London on 10/302010 and benefits both Breast Cancer and Brain Cancer Foundations.
By Miles for Hope
Miles for Hope, a Clearwater charity, is holding their 3rd annual Moving Towards a Cure® event to raise brain tumor awareness and funding for this deadly disease

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