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The Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information Inc, announces the awarding of a $40,000 grant to the University Of Pittsburgh Cancer Center - Dr Okada - for the project: Low Grade Glioma Vaccine Trial.

Al's Comment:

 I thank the People who made this possible: Amy Marzolf and the Clouser Family, as well as the many families that named the Musella Foundation for the memorial donations of thier loved ones!

This trial opens up another options for people with low grade gliomas.  The idea is to not only treat the tumor, but also to prevent it from progressing into a high grade glioma!


Posted on: 09/04/2012

The Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information Inc, announces the awarding of a $40,000 grant to the University Of Pittsburgh Cancer Center - Dr Okada - for the project: Low Grade Glioma Vaccine Trial.

This trial will start up in a few weeks - I will announce the details when it does.

The funds for this grant come from:

  • The National Walk To End Brain Tumors - Allison Park, PA event, which was run by Amy Marzolf and her army of volunteers
  • A fundraiser run by the Clouser family
  • Donations to the Musella Foundation

 

 

 

 


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