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About The Brain
Tumor Network
About the Brain Tumor Network

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, BTN is ready to help. Call us toll free at 1.844.286.6110 or click below to submit a request online.

About The Brain Tumor Network

The Brain Tumor Network (BTN) is dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized service and brain tumor treatment information to brain tumor patients and their caregivers who live in the United States.

Our mission is to assist patients and health care providers who seek information beyond the standard of care.

We understand that making decisions about treatment can be overwhelming. In a short time, you are called upon to make critical choices that will affect your future; evaluating brain tumor treatment information on your own can be confusing and frightening.

BTN can  assist with
  • seeking second opinions
  • identifying brain cancer treatment centers
  • conducting a personalized search for clinical trials and providing results for you to discuss with your physician
  • providing other treatment-related information

It is important to realize that The Brain Tumor Network does not make treatment recommendations. It is vital that you work with your medical team to determine the best course of treatment for you.

Our goal is to provide brain tumor patients with the decision-enabling information they need, so they can have an informed dialogue with their doctors.

BTN also assists medical providers in identifying additional treatment options for brain cancer patients who have been treated with standard protocols.

Resources for Health Care Providers

If you are a physician who treats brain cancer patients and are interested in learning about the support BTN can provide you, call Kay Verble at 1.844.286.6110 or email kverble@braintumornetwork.org  

A Focus on Answers

By connecting with our network, you’re taking a step toward formulating a plan for brain tumor treatment. Because this can be challenging, we believe it’s important to concentrate on the questions we can answer for patients seeking help.