2011 has been a very exciting year for Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure in many ways, including our event and fundraising efforts.
ABC2, CureSearch for Children's Cancer, The Cure Starts Now and The Lyla Nsouli Foundation fund international research consortium to improve lives of children suffering from Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG).
ABC2 thanks David and his fans for participating in the Mozilla Firefox Charity Challenge to help cure brain cancer.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure and Justin Friedlander are teaming up for the next inspirational journey in Justin's Quest to end brain cancer.
The international collaboration between Regulus Therapeutics and Samsung Medical Center aims to develop novel therapies for brain cancer.
Bob Gibbs, founder of Miles For Hope, made a lasting impact in the fight against brain cancer.
ABC2 funded early studies of the vaccine at Duke University.
Top cancer researcher, Dr. Derek Duckett, spoke at the event hosted by The Redina Family Foundation.
Thanks to the 40 inspiring Race Towards A Cure runners who raised awareness and funds for a brain cancer cure!
Max Wallace, CEO of Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure, spoke to university and biotech industry groups about speeding the drug discovery and development process.
The $1 million research grant to Dr. Hai Yan at Duke University aims to dramatically improve treatments for brain cancer patients.
James Nellis and Team Cure are on a mission to beat brain cancer.
This UCLA article features researcher Dr. Harley Kornblum, a speaker at Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure's Annual Scientific Meeting in 2009.
American Idol winner aims to raise $100,000 in honor of his brother.
The meeting brings together the best and the brightest researchers and serves as an incubator for innovation in the field of brain cancer research.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure and the Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research have awarded a $100,000 grant to Vanessa Saunders, a postdoctoral fellow at Scripps Florida.
Dr. Healy passed away on Saturday, August 6 from a recurrence of brain cancer.
The 13th annual V Foundation Wine Celebration took place August 5-6 in the Napa Valley and raised more than $4 million for cancer research, including $1 million specifically for brain tumor research through a partnership with Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure.
The $100,000 grant enables UCLA's Dr. Linda Liau to open a new vaccine trial for patients with low-grade glioma, a common form of brain cancer.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure is the lead non-profit partner in the project.
A new brain cancer vaccine trial, led by Dr. Andrew Parsa at University of California - San Francisco, allows patients to fight their own disease.
Last week, a branch of the World Health Organization weighed in on the much debated question of a cell phone/brain cancer link.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure and the Chordoma Foundation are co-hosting NCI Director's Consumer Liaison Group meeting in Chapel Hill, NC - May 18-20, 2011.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure and the National Brain Tumor Society recently co-sponsored a workshop examining the link between the cytomegalovirus (CMV) and brain cancer.