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Scott Kelly May 1
It is the 21st century, and children are still dying and suffering from brain tumors. This is a sad reality, but if we don’t talk about it, we can’t change it. It’s time to help these kids not only survive but thrive
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KyleDanielKerpanFND Jun 10
Please retweet My daughter who lost her twin to a brain tumor created the idea you see below Her hope to have and his vision of the future. join us in our fight to save our kids we need you. @cbttc
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Wylie's Day Foundati May 1
Thank you Scott for your support~ A veteran of four space flights, Kelly commanded the International Space Station (ISS) on Expeditions 26, 45, and 46. He's explored outer space and believes there is
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Gift from a Child May 1
This year marks 50 yrs since man first set foot on the moon. In those 50 yrs, not one treatment has been developed against the deadliest form of childhood brain cancer — the same disease that killed Neil Armstrong’s daughter. Support the
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Wylie's Day Foundati May 1
There is . Join us in raising awareness of the desperate need for cures for pediatric brain tumors. Support the
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Terry Virts May 2
Amen! We need to really focus efforts on medical research, of which the can play an important role.
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Leland Melvin Apr 30
What is more world changing and important than saving the future of our universe? Support the
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Terry Virts May 1
What is more world changing & important than saving the future of our universe? 50 years since man set foot on the moon, yet not one treatment has been developed for the deadliest form of childhood brain cancer. Support .
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Swifty Foundation May 2
Thank you for helping bring attention to pediatric brain cancer research! Kids ARE our future let's find a cure!
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CBTTC May 17
The operations ctr stands w/ our partners at for their Gray-Out Day today! Help spread awareness & use the hashtags below!
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CBTF May 1
Space and renewable energy have undergone significant change in the last decade. The next market that is seeing significant change is cancer research. Support the and help children with brain tumors thrive and survive.
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KyleDanielKerpanFND Jun 12
“Innovation through collaboration” the Children's Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium. As a member of their Advisory Council I believe in them. This world thirteen years ago could not save my son but now we hope that changes. Take a moment and help us do that.
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Amanda Haddock 🧬 May 2
There’s a general call from and to the present researchers to be more ambitious.
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New York Hall of Science May 1
This year marks 50 years since man first set foot on the moon, yet in 50 years there are still no treatments for the deadly childhood brain cancer that killed Neil Armstrong’s daughter. is proud to support during National Brain Tumor Awareness Month
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KyleDanielKerpanFND Jun 7
Children are always the only future the human race has...we need to save them. Help the do that. There is no space for cancer in their little world.
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Trisha Danze May 1
This May, join & the foundations of the Advisory Council in spreading awareness about childhood brain tumors! We can find a cure by working together! Please share and donate!
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Thea's Star of Hope May 4
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Dragon Master Fdn May 7
Let’s bring cancer treatment into the future by supporting research and helping kids with brain tumors survive and thrive.
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Wylie's Day Foundati May 8
More precision, less invasion. The very least our kids deserve. Thank you, Dr. Leary and Wylie's Day wishes you the best of luck on this trial.
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Thea's Star of Hope May 3
Well, this is pretty cool. Eventually, maybe NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration will help researchers work on childhood cancer, too!
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