February 2013

February, 2013
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2013 Race for Hope - Washington DC

Sunday, May 5, 2022

Join us in our nation's capital for the 16th Annual Race for Hope - DC 5K Run/Walk, one of the largest national fundraisers to benefit the brain tumor community!  The Race for Hope - DC, presented by Cassidy Turley, has raised more than $17.5 million in its history, including over $2.6 million in 2012, and is growing each year.  Proceeds benefit brain tumor research, advocacy and patient information.

To learn more, go to:  www.curebraintumors.org

About the Run/Walk

This year's Race for Hope - DC promises to be a positively inspirational event! Check out the categories below for more information on a variety of informational and helpful topics.

Race Day Essentials - Looking for schedules, fees, maps, hotels, instructions and other participation details? Race Day Essentials has all that you need.

Team Information - Here you will find answers to your questions around forming a team and becoming a team captain, as well as web page instructions, fundraising tips, additional support and contact information.

Frequently Asked Questions - Find a comprehensive and helpful list of answers to commonly asked questions about the Race for Hope - DC and use of the website.

Race History – From humble beginnings to 10,000 strong, learn how the Race has changed over the years.

Media Center - This section contains downloadable information for media professionals.

Can't find what you're looking for? Please email [email protected] for help.

By Guest Blogger: Ashley Varner, Oncology Social Worker
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Ashley Varner

Recently ABC2 was generous enough to offer to post a blurb about a study I’m working on on their Facebook page.  You might have seen it – I am Ashley Varner, a social work doctoral study studying the lived experience of family members living with and caring for someone with a primary malignant brain tumor.

In partnership with UCSF and MD Anderson, Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure brought together researchers from leading medical centers and biotech companies to strategize new therapeutic paths to treat Low Grade Gliomas.  The January research workshop, which was held in San Francisco, focused on understanding the underlying biology of brain tumors such as oligodendrogliomas and astrocytomas.

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Scientific American

Brain cancer research funded by Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure is featured in Scientific American today.

The research involves a multi-center clinical study using new exosomal diagnostic tests developed by New York City-based Exosome Diagnostics to identify a genetic mutation found exclusively in glioma, the most common form of brain cancer.  

Thanks to The Case Foundation for featuring this guest blog post by Max Wallace, CEO of Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure:

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