3000 Miles to a Cure

Founded by Maria Parker and her family, the mission of 3000 Miles to a Cure is to end brain cancer by raising funds for research and extending an open invitation to unite in hope and action for the cure. Through events like Ride Across America and Crossing The Canyon, their team has raised more than $200,000 to help fund ABC2's precision medicine project called Allele.  

BraveCort Foundation

The BraveCort Foundation raises funds and awareness to advance research on pediatric brain cancer.  BraveCort recently partnered with ABC2 and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation to fund research on an immunosignature-based blood test for pediatric medulloblastoma.  Click HERE for press release.

Paul Hale/CBT/FBTA

Together with Paul Hale, founder of the Children's Brain Trust, and the Florida Brain Tumor Association, our dollars enabled a new pediatric vaccine clinical trial initiative by Dr. Duane Mitchell and his University of Florida team.

Jumpstarting Brain Tumor Drug Development Coalition

The Coalition is a united community effort to better define advanced brain tumor clinical trial endpoints - a term meaning the "evidence of clinical benefit" of a drug to a patient.  Members of the coalition include: ABC2, the National Brain Tumor Society, the Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information and the Society for Neuro-Oncology.

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Over the years, ABC2 and The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation have funded several pediatric projects together. The most recent project involves research on a blood test for pediatric medulloblastoma.  Click HERE for press release.

Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research

Together, since 2010, FCBTR and ABC2 have funded more than $925,000 in Florida-based brain tumor research. 

The V Foundation

In partnership with the V Foundation, we've funded a $1 million grant to Dr. Hai Yan at Duke University to explore and develop new anti-cancer drugs for IDH mutated brain tumors.  IDH is a genetic mutation found in many brain tumors, which is thought to play a key role in their growth.