These resources are in no particular order.
BRAIN TUMOR WEBSITES
BRAIN TUMOR WEBSITES
|The Brain Tumor Cocktails blog is the closest we can get to "open source." |
Learn from others, start, or join the dialog by educating yourself.
|Use this website to search key words to find research papers. |
For example: Glioma + Radiation. Or even: Glioma + Cannabinoids.
The options are practically endless!
|"This website has been built by patients and their relatives to encourage and facilitate patient orientated oncological research, bringing together every stakeholder in the cancer paradigm for the first time: patients, doctors, researchers, regulators, and funding partners." - Anti Cancer Alliance website|
|This site is about options, mostly based on reading of the peer-reviewed scientific literature, |
and some correspondence with experts working in the field.
|The Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc is a 501(C)3 nonprofit public charity dedicated to helping brain tumor patients through emotional and financial support, education, advocacy and raising money for brain tumor research. - See more at: https://virtualtrials.com/index.cfm#sthash.uYFMsrU9.dpuf|
|This page is a crash course in brain tumor terminology. It gets updated quite regularly.|
It's one of the many resources off of the Musella Foundation website.
"In her New York Times bestseller, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, Dr. Kelly A. Turner, founder of the Radical Remission Project, uncovers nine factors that can lead to a spontaneous remission from cancer—even after conventional medicine has failed." - iTunes Preview
BRAIN TUMOR VIDEOS
|"This documentary presents compelling evidence, from doctors, regulators, and other patients, that raise concern over the validity and ethical grounding of oncology research, and the resulting limitations to clinical practice. Is it possible that as a society we could make dramatic progress against cancer if we reconsidered our strategy, as opposed to blindly following a system that has failed to deliver meaningful results in most deadly cancers for over four decades? With such a delicate and complex subject, we have tried to maintain objectivity whilst asking questions which are long over due in the public domain." - Surviving Terminal Cancer website|
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