Facing her sister’s brain cancer, a record-setting cyclist fights back by taking on an infamous 3,000 mile race across the continent.
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Nobody expects a brain tumor will enter their life. These are the stories about what happens next. They are stories of hope, sadness, love, and loss.
ABC2 helped fund the early-stage research by Dr. Andrew Parsa that is now being developed by Agenus.
Join us for the screening and meet Maria Parker, the inspiring cyclist profiled in the film. Proceeds benefit 3000 Miles To A Cure in partnership with ABC2.
Progress continues on the UF pediatric immunotherapy trial funded by ABC2, FBTA and Paul Hale of the Bret Hale Memorial Fund.
The 2014 Marine Corps Marathon is just around the corner. Mary Pang writes about her 2013 MCM experience and why she supports ABC2.
ABC2 funded the research of Hai Yan, M.D., Ph.D., at Duke University School of Medicine.
This ABC2-funded research by Dr. Greg Riggins at Johns Hopkins University is featured in The Baltimore Sun.
Guidance for Newly Diagnosed Brain Cancer Patients