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National Brain Tumor Society


They won’t rest until a cure exists. With your help, they will fund strategic programs and cutting edge research to uncover new treatments and advance progress toward a cure. Please make a gift today and make a difference in the cure for brain tumors. 

  • National Brain Tumor Society
  • National Brain Tumor Society
  • National Brain Tumor Society
  • National Brain Tumor Society
  • National Brain Tumor Society

Their contact information:

National Brain Tumor Society

55 Chapel St.

Suite 200,

Newton, MA 02458

Phone: 1-617-924-9997

About Them:

The History of the National Brain Tumor Society

Their history traces back to the 1980s, with the founding of their two legacy organizations – the National Brain Tumor Foundation and the Brain Tumor Society. In 2008, the two groups strengthened their collective efforts by merging to form the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS).

The National Brain Tumor Foundation (NBTF) was founded in 1981 by a small group of San Francisco-based healthcare providers and people whose lives had been affected by brain tumors. The Foundation’s mission was to provide comprehensive resources and support services for the brain tumor community. Throughout its nearly 30 years, the group established a number of pivotal programs for the community including the first national conference for people with the disease, a national volunteer support network, and the only searchable database of brain tumor treatment centers in the United States.

The Brain Tumor Society (BTS) was founded in Boston in 1989. Bonnie and Sid Feldman – as well as Richard B. Ross and other committed volunteer leaders – established the organization after the loss of their son Seth to a brain tumor. After its formation, BTS played an instrumental role in raising funds to make grants for brain tumor research. BTS funded pioneering research during its 20 years, including more than 90 scientists that represent a “who’s who” of brain tumor experts. BTS grants led to key breakthroughs in the discovery of brain tumor biology and patient treatments.

Two years after the merger of these organizations in March 2010, the Kelly Heinz-Grundner Foundation (KHG) – a Delaware-based group dedicated to raising awareness about brain tumors – merged with NBTS. KHG was founded in 2004 as a tribute to Kelly, who died in September 2004, after a two year battle with a brain tumor.

Today, the National Brain Tumor Society continues its legacy of driving research accomplishments and discoveries toward treatments, servicing, guiding, and preparing patients to face their disease, changing public policy agendas through country-wide advocacy, and providing a powerful voice that unites the brain tumor community.

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