Meningioma Awareness Day

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Meningioma Awareness Day brings together physicians and other health providers, researchers, meningioma patients and their families for mutual learning about the latest research into the causes, detection, and treatment of the disease. The event provides information and strategies for coping with with a meningioma, a tumor that affects 600,000 people in the country.

Some comments from previous events include:

“Thank you BSF! Without you I’d still be fumbling in the dark and scary ‘Rabbit Hole’! Looking forward to the next MAD and all the good folks who will attend.” Patient San Diego, CA

“Thank you all for the sense of hope and not being alone there that you manage to project to me and my wife by your great efforts.” Family Member/ Friend Ellicott City, MD

“Thank you for providing all of this information at one place!” Patient Warren, RI

“I appreciated the way the doctors were able to make such complicated information accessible. Thank you!” Family Member/ Friend Edgartown, MA

“The speakers and their presentations were concise and to the point… which allowed for easier understanding and a wealth of information.” Patient & Survivor Boston, MA

“This was my first time at MAD and I felt I it was a great experience; very informative. I found it especially helpful to speak one on one with the doctors and also other meningioma patients.” Patient Warwick, NY

“Going home, feeling better and more knowledgeable about meningioma and me. Hope to be at the next meeting.” Survivor Boston, MA

“I felt welcomed and empowered.” Patient, Edgartown, MA