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Joe Biden Jul 17
During Beau’s fight with glioblastoma, we learned about the incredible breakthroughs made in cancer treatment — and those that are right over the horizon. This is a fight we can't postpone. I know — with the power of America’s best minds — we can end cancer as we know it.
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Emily Livingstone Jul 17
After the diagnosis, meant much less. Many things meant less, and time meant more. They lived. They went every 2 months to look at new black and white images of his tumor. They kept taking the next step.
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Cameron Powles Jul 17
Just found out it’s . It’s a horrible disease and has taken several friends. Want people to know that even though statistics are not great at all there still is . Seven years ago I was getting my rad + chemo treatment. Now I’m chasing twin boys. Dont give up.
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Lindsey Graham May 16
Just introduced a Senate Resolution designating July 17, 2019 as Glioblastoma Awareness Day.
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ABC News Jul 17
Nearly a year after the death of longtime senator John McCain, authorities are calling attention to Glioblastoma, the disease that claimed his life.
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Whitney Hayden Jul 17
NO. No, I do NOT believe that God gave Adam GBM so that he would do the work that he is doing. I don’t believe in that sort of God. I believe that Adam, unfortunately, got GBM and has chosen to do the work that he’s doing. Thank you for coming to my TED talk today.
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Gonda Hervaud Jul 16
Like a tree loses its leaves, GBM patients (slowly) lose their functions and their lives.... We need a cure 👊Advocate - Raise Awareness - SUPPORT RESEARCH -
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Meghan McCain Jul 17
Today is the first time July 17th is being declared GBM Awareness Day. It will be this day from today on forward. We commit to fighting the evil cancer Glioblastoma and finding a cure for those who have been taken from us too soon.
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Emily Livingstone Jul 17
My husband has a different grade of brain cancer, but the research for glioblastoma is important for him, too, and for many. If you’re like me before he was diagnosed, knowing nothing about brain tumors and brain cancer, please take a minute to learn a little more.
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Carmen R Isasi, MD, PhD Jul 18
I lost my beautiful brother to glioblastoma almost 7 years ago. Today I honor his fight and hope for better treatments
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Roel Verhaak Jul 17
On this first , a call to action to double efforts to understand why treatments for this disease do not work
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Brain Tumour Fdn Jul 17
The most common type of primary malignant 🧠 tumour is glioblastoma multiforme. Average survival is less ⬇️ than 1⃣ year Glioblastoma is the most common primary 🧠 tumour in men 👤 Today, July 1⃣7⃣, is the inaugural in the 🇺🇸 Please RT to raise awareness
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Betsy Colby Davie Jul 17
My beloved husband lived with a brain tumor for 11 years but when it morphed into GBM it took him quickly. More treatment options are needed. Although GBM cruelly cut off his great potential, it could not take his love.
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Mark Kelly Jul 17
Thanks to for leading the bipartisan creation of in honor of Senator John McCain. Glioblastoma is the most common form of brain cancer in adults. We haven't found the cure yet, but science is getting us closer.
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 Jul 17
Today’s the 1st ever . My beautiful son is gone because of it. I want the world to help us cure brain cancers because any of us could be next. We don’t know the cause - all ages, all races get it. Please RT 4 Awareness.
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Bethany Kwan Jul 17
Remembering my mother, Dr. Irene Frederick, on Glioblastoma Awareness Day
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Nicole Willmarth Jul 16
Today is the inaugural Glioblastoma Awareness Day, a date to honor those patients, families, and caregivers affected by GBM
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callie cathcart Jul 17
July 17th has officially been named Glioblastoma Awareness Day. Many individuals have been diagnosed with or taken from this horrible brain cancer; including, my sweet cousin ...let’s find a cure for those who are still fighting today.
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Rita Pappas, MD Jul 17
in honor of Dino today.
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Alireza Mansouri Jul 17
On this first ever , the goal is to increase awareness for this deadly disease and to find better solutions. There has been little surgical innovation, has not changed in ~15 years. matters!
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