A Kids Brain Tumor Cure – central resource and portal of info about brain tumors
American Brain Tumor Association – brain tumor dictionary and printable info on brain tumors, educating children and teenagers, and returning to school
Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States – fact sheet on statistics and incidence etc of brain tumors in US, and worldwide
Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation – Resource Guide for Parents of Children with Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors and other publications worth exploring for brain tumor info
Florida Brain Tumor Association – publications like neuro dictionary and anatomy of the brain, etc.
Musella Foundation – non profit public charity dedicated to helping brain tumor patients through emotional, financial support, education, advocacy. Great publication for new dx brain tumor. Also has a free brain tumor guide
National Brain Tumor Society – Blog for news on brain tumors, ex: brain tumor fact sheets, what does metabolism have to do with tumors
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation – educational info on brain tumor, questions to ask etc.
Tug McGraw Foundation – Resource guide for caregivers developed by Univ. Cali at San Francisco
A Kids Brain Tumor Cure Internet – This foundation will help to find the facts, resources, and support you need to help your child win the battle against their brain tumor. Great resource on brain tumors and kids
American Brain Tumor Association – Listing of support groups, pen-pal program, tri-annual newsletter: “The Message Line”, information on treatment facilities, sponsors regional town hall meetings, Social Worker on staff, symposium offered twice/year.
Brain Tumor Alliance – A mission to raise awareness and help provide funding for tumor research and clinical trial programs. Provides travel assistance for patients, brain tumor info and clinical trial info
Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada – A dedicated team of volunteers, patients, survivors, family members, health care professionals and staff, determined to make the journey with a brain tumor—one full of hope and support.
National Brain Tumor Society – A good amount of information regarding brain tumors including facts about symptoms, treatments, and clinical trials, and helpful resources and tools for patients and caregivers
Cancer Knowledge Network – Owned by Multimed Inc., an international medical publishing and project development company, and publishers of Canada’s leading oncology journal, Current Oncology. This site has many articles about cancer, research findings, articles.
Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States – A registry of brain tumors in the United States. There are many fact sheets, publications and a good glossary on this site.
Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation – The free publication, A Resource Guide for Parents of Children with Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors, is now on its fourth edition. This resource is full of practical information to sort through the complexities of medical procedures, interruptions to school and social life, and uncertainty about the future. CBTF also co-sponsors conferences to provide families, survivors and health care professionals the latest research, treatments and strategies for moving forward
Florida Brain Tumor Association – Brain tumor research, fundraising, educational programs, seminars, meetings and support groups in Florida.
Foundation Think Again – Provides rehabilitation therapies to pediatric cancer and brain tumor survivors who continue to suffer due to the neuro-cognitive late-effects of cancer and cancer treatment. Funding for these costly, yet needed therapies, has either been denied by the child’s medical insurance company, or insufficiently covered.
International Radiosurgery Support Association – Provides emotional support, education and referrals for treatment to patients worldwide. Quarterly Newsletter: “Another Perspective”
Musella Foundation – Dedicated to helping brain tumor patients with emotional and financial support, education, advocacy and raising money for brain tumor research
National Brain Tumor Foundation – This group provides a quarterly newsletter, information line, resource guide for pediatric patients, list of support groups
Pediatric Brian Tumor Foundation – The world’s largest nonprofit funder of childhood brain tumor research. They serve the more than 28,000 children in the United States who are living with the diagnosis of a brain tumor. Their programs include free educational information about brain tumors, college scholarships, etc.
Self-Improvement Thru Riding Education (SIRE) – Therapeutic horseback riding center that provides physical, emotional, educational and recreational benefits. Locations in Hockley, Fort Bend and Spring, TX.
Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation – Information, education, support for brain tumor patients and their families
T.H.E. Brain Trust – Their primary purpose is to provide support to people affected by brain tumors and related conditions.
Tug McGraw Foundation – Provides support and resources for people affected by brain tumors and brain related trauma, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Their efforts focus on advancing science and collaborations to improve quality of life for people affected by brain cancer and brain trauma and promoting awareness of the importance of brain health.
Voices Against Brain Cancer – Their mission is to find a cure for brain cancer and brain tumors by advancing scientific research, increasing awareness, creating a brain cancer and tumor community, and supporting patients, their families and caregivers afflicted with this devastating disease
Brain Surgery Information Center
Cansearch: A Guide to Cancer Resources
Clinical Trials and Noteworthy Treatments for Brain Tumors