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Living With A Brain Tumor: Tools to Empower Patients and Caregivers A Program for Patients and Families A brain tumor diagnosis has a substantial physical and psychological impact on patients and family members: Thomas J. Kaley, MD from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY will pre…

For The Record

Posted by admin on August 3, 2014
CTBTA President, Tracey Gamer-Fanning and Executive Director, Kimberly Roy-Canning discuss the CTBTA mission on For the Record. « Previous News Home Leave a Reply Name: Email (Your email will not be publicly display…

Playing for the Cure - Brainstormin'

Posted by admin on August 2, 2014
Brainstormin' on August 15th, organized by CTBTA friends, Christopher and Stephen Cusano, will benefit the Yale Brain Tumor Center. If you are looking for something fun to do on a Friday night, please join us for a night of great music! Visit Facebook to learn more.  « Previous …

The Safeco Make More Happen contest features nonprofit organizations across the country and the independent insurance agencies that make more happen for them by volunteering. Thanks to the volunteer efforts of Shimkus, Murphy & Lemkuil, Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance is in the Make More Happe…

Because Laughter Is the Best Medicine

Posted by admin on July 15, 2014
Three years ago, Susan Shimkus Lemkuil and David Lemkuil, Directors on the CTBTA's Board, created the comedy night, "Laughter on the Brain," with the help of Lena Sidoti and Feliks Viner from Presenting Sponsor, First World Mortgage, as a fun fundraising and brain tumor awareness opportunity for the…

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