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Jake May 2
May is brain cancer awareness month and my brother has been fighting 4 years strong 💪🙏
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PCHS Softball May 8
PC hosts Corinth Holders on Thurs at 5pm. GRAY OUT!! Catamounts are dedicating Round 2 to Patricia Cassidy, grandmother of Corinne (2019) & Cassidy (2017) who is battling Glioblastoma. May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month so please wear gray in honor of Mrs. Cassidy!!
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Melanie Kelly May 3
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June May 1
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Awareness will accelerate the search for a cure!
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GT Medical Technologies, Inc. May 19
An estimated 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor today.
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NCA Athletics May 7
Head coach, Kelly Alderman, throwing the first pitch for tonight’s game!
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t a y l o r May 1
in honor of national brain tumor awareness month i thought you deserved some recognition. you have come so far & are always so positive no matter how tough it gets. i am so thankful for you & all you do even with everything that’s been going on. you rock!! 🧡
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kels May 1
happy brain tumor/cancer awareness month!❤️ help spread awareness by going gray in May!!😊
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Beth Kassab May 15
This story is very personal to me. And I'm grateful to be able to tell it.
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Erica Robinson May 19
Around 530 participants today raised over $517,000 to help research better treatments for brain tumor patients! Thank you for your dedication! This cheer is for you!
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MD Anderson Brain and Spine May 1
May is . Join us in raising hope and awareness for patients and their loved ones this month and all year long.
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Brian Phillips May 1
I know today all of my colleagues are wearing Red 4 Ed, but it’s May, so I’m going gray. Holding onto hope for a cure while celebrating 5 years of survival (& counting) for my wife Stacie. Most glioblastoma patients still aren’t so lucky.
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Shore Baseball May 3
We are proud and honored to work with the Kortney Rose Foundation to help raise awareness of brain tumors in children and adults by wearing gray during the month of May
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GBM Foundation May 11
5.6% survival rate is not acceptable. Medical Research Funding is crucial to finding a cure & improving quality of life for patients.
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sammi May 13
3 months post surgery and still tumor free!! brain cancer has nothing on my dad
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Marissa Y May 2
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SAHS May 30
Let's join in creating a little tomorrow by wearing gray in support of Liberty Eubanks, a 2nd grader at Jefferson Elementary School who is battling DIPG, a brain tumor found in part of the brain stem.
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Savanna Tate May 1
It is May 1...day one of Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Part of me hates brain tumors so much that I hate to even focus on them, but because they are so awful...that is why I have to. I saw a brain tumor steal my little boy on so many levels.
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MCW Brain & Spine Tumor Program May 9
The Hope clinic staff and Neuro-Oncology team is still 'turning May gray' for ! Alex, RN, created an interactive art piece to raise awareness and celebrate brain tumor patients. Great job, team!
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Nebraska Medicine May 3
Wonder where the $5 Bits of Broken Chair Trophy goes in the off season? It's currently in our pediatric unit during National Brain Tumor Awareness Month, thanks to ! Our patients and staff love it!
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