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The Children's Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium is an academic research program committed to the discovery of cures for pediatric cancers.
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CBTTC Mar 27
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CBTTC Mar 26
provides resources to investigators working ANYWHERE! Our science is OPEN, & we accept data requests year-round. Also, we currently can accept requests for CBTTC biospecimens, & will process & ship samples as soon as we are able! Learn more:
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CBTTC Mar 25
Despite the impact of on our society, remains dedicated to the discovery of better treatments for childhood brain tumors. Researchers ANYWHERE can submit data requests ANYTIME! Join our OPEN Office Hours this month! Access Data:
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CBTTC Mar 20
On "Childhood Cancer Talk Radio", presented by , Mike Prados, , & discussed global collaboration, data sharing, & a new opportunity to sustain research & clinical trial development at & . Listen:
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PNOCFoundation Mar 19
Tune in today at 1pm PT, 4pm ET to Childhood Cancer Talk Radio to hear PNOC Co-Project Leader Dr. Michael Prados, PNOC Scientific Chair Dr. Adam Resnick and Amanda Haddock This should be a great interview!
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CBTTC Mar 19
TODAY at 4pm/ET log on to for Childhood Cancer Talk Radio presented by to hear from & leaders & Michael Prados!
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CBTTC Mar 16
Biospecimen Prj. 49 uses in-vitro drug testing in cell lines to provide extensive drug response info across multiple brain tumor diagnoses. **Following nat'l precautions around COVID-19, is STILL ABLE TO ACCEPT REQUESTS for specimens & data.
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CBTTC Mar 13
By consenting to donate patient data & biospecimens, families are critical partners in the global effort to uncover better treatments & cures for children w/ brain tumors. For more info on how to partner w/ , email operations@cbttc.org.
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CBTTC Mar 12
This month's User Support Office Hours will be on March 31 from 10-11am/ET. JOIN to hear from our experts, who can troubleshoot data usage or access issues for those using , , & to power childhood brain tumor research
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CBTTC Mar 11
Biospecimen Project 60 examines the mechanisms that block drugs from accessing certain brain areas, which may lead to the development of better therapies for childhood brain tumors. CBTTC Biospecimens are currently available by request! Learn more:
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CBTTC Mar 6
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This week, we released our newest blog post along w/ our e-newsletter. Read how childhood brain tumor researchers joined patient families & advocates to push for awareness around brain tumors & added support for finding a cure.
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CBTTC Mar 6
- "On average, there are 12 FDA-approved drugs per year for adult cancers. However, only 8 have been approved for ALL forms of childhood cancer since 1978. There have been NO FDA-approved drugs for childhood brain tumors."
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NCI Prevention Mar 5
While researchers have identified some of the genetic changes that lead to , a key knowledge gap remains: finding the genetic changes that drive the development of early age onset cancers in racially and ethnically diverse populations.
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CBTTC Mar 4
is proud to release the latest edition of our Quarterly Newsletter! Haven't joined out mailing list yet? Click the 'Subscribe' button at the top left of the e-newsletter screen -
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Kortney Rose FDN Feb 27
These wonderful Turning Point Restaurants employees are looking forward to seeing you Sat., 2/29 & Sun., 3/1. Help us raise $90,000 for life saving research for children with brain tumors. 1 Gift Card = 2 Free entrees for every $25 donated to KRF. (good at next visit) /win
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Holly Beale Feb 26
I love finding code that inspires me, like 's work in the OpenPBTA repo .
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CBTTC Feb 26
and Scientific Co-Chair, Dr. was privileged to speak on the state of and research and data sharing at the Congressional Briefing and Summit.
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CBTTC Feb 25
Beginning March 1, is accepting specimen requests to launch new scientific projects! We also accept CBTTC data requests all year long! Visit us to learn more.
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CBTTC Feb 25
Our next e-Newsletter launches this week! Hear about recent efforts to raise awareness & global collaboration into childhood brain tumor research. See all new biospecimen & data projects supported by . Subscribe NOW & share w/ friends & colleagues!
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CBTTC Feb 21
Since November, we've approved 7 new scientific Data Projects, including one by Dr. Michael Scheurer of & . See all of the recent scientific projects supported by in our newsletter, out NEXT WEEK! Subscribe now!
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