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From February 2001 to December 2012, The Morgan Adams Foundation has funded over $2,500,000 in research funds for pilot, seed and translational studies.  Among the 2012 funded projects is "Advancing treatment for pediatric #Craniopharyngioma: biologically guided medical therapy - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver"

From February 2001 to December 2012, The Morgan Adams Foundation has funded over $2,500,000 in research funds for pilot, seed and translational studies. Among the 2012 funded projects is "Advancing treatment for pediatric #Craniopharyngioma: biologically guided medical therapy - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver"

2012 Projects Funded by The Morgan Adams Foundation: Advancing treatment for pediatric Craniopharyngioma: biologically guided medical therapy - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver

2012 Projects Funded by The Morgan Adams Foundation: Advancing treatment for pediatric Craniopharyngioma: biologically guided medical therapy - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver

From February 2001 to December 2012, The Morgan Adams Foundation has funded over $2,500,000 in research funds for pilot, seed and translational studies. Among the funded projects was "Advancing treatment for pediatric #Craniopharyngioma : biologically guided medical therapy" - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver

From February 2001 to December 2012, The Morgan Adams Foundation has funded over $2,500,000 in research funds for pilot, seed and translational studies. Among the funded projects was "Advancing treatment for pediatric #Craniopharyngioma : biologically guided medical therapy" - T. Hankinson, J. Gump, N. Foreman - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver

On 2014 Projects Funded List - Advancing Treatment for Pediatric #Craniopharyngioma Tumor Confirmation of IL-6/IL-6R Overexpression - Jacob Gump, PhD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (via Latest News | The Morgan Adams Foundation)

On 2014 Projects Funded List - Advancing Treatment for Pediatric Tumor Confirmation of Overexpression - Jacob Gump, PhD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (via Latest News

The transsphenoidal resection of pediatric #craniopharyngiomas: a case series: Clinical article (full text) by MDs from 4 US medical centers & hospitals (Published in Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, January 2010 / Vol. 5 / No. 1 / Pages 49-60)

The transsphenoidal resection of pediatric craniopharyngiomas: a case series: Clinical article (full text) by MDs from 4 US medical centers & hospitals (Published in Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, January 2010 / Vol.

St. Jude's Research hospital. Where families are never turned away due to an inability to pay.  Fund the cure!!

Jude Children's Research Hospital - donations for my St Jude Marathon 2012 account

In Upcoming Webinar and Conferences, Asymmetrex Will Intensify Education on Counting Adult Tissue Stem Cells For Regenerative Medicine and Drug Development — BioPortfolio.com

In Upcoming Webinar and Conferences, Asymmetrex Will Intensify Education on Counting Adult Tissue Stem Cells For Regenerative Medicine and Drug Development

From BioPortfolio: SummaryNeOnc Technologies Inc NTI is a clinical stage biotechnology company that focuses on development of intranasal inhalation and other noninvasive therapies.

Feasibility Study: Cerebrovascular disease and Late Effects in Survivors of Craniopharyngioma by Karen Goddard, BC Cancer Research Agency: Vancouver, British Columbia

CHIPSA Hospital is known as one of the top Cancer and Immunological hospitals in the world.

Proton Therapy for #Craniopharyngioma in Children: the Orsay Proton Centre Experience (Presenting Author/Institution: Claire Alapetite, Proton Center of Orsay, Institut Curie, France. Reported by Abigail Berman Milby, MD of The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania) (Image via Wallonie-Bruxelles Architectures) (via www.oncolink.org )

Proton Therapy for Craniopharyngioma in Children: the Orsay Proton Centre Experience

New Technology Helps Predict Vision Recovery After Brain Tumor Surgery In a study featured on the cover of the current issue of the journal Science Translational Medicine, the team found that recovery of vision in patients with pituitary tumors is predicted by the integrity of myelin—the insulation that wraps around connections between neurons—in the optic nerves.

Neuroimaging study shows how the brain heals itself within a few weeks of surgery to remove tumors.

The Hypothalamus, literally, “located below the Thalamus” and inward behind your eye sockets, is descriptively, “the operator” of your own internal thermostat. That internal thermostat is known as the Pituitary gland and it is connected to the Hypothalamus. It is the Hypothalamus, a sugar cubed size organ along with the peanut sized Pituitary gland which in part controls your core body temperature. Click image to animate, credit: BodyParts3D, © The Database Center for Life Science

Two halves of the Thalamus (mid brain, shown in red). It can be thought of as your own biological 'air traffic controller'. Click image to animate, credit: © The Database Center for Life Science

A spirited, red-headed girl named Violet who died at age 11 from an inoperable brainstem tumor is the inspiration behind “Project Violet" launched by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The project is led by Violet’s doctor, Jim Olson, M.D., Ph.D., a pediatric brain cancer specialist & the inventor of Tumor Paint. Olson & colleagues aim to speed drug discovery using scaffolds from nature & crowdfunding. More on Project Violet: https://www.projectviolet.org

A spirited, red-headed girl named Violet who died at age 11 from an inoperable brainstem tumor is the inspiration behind “Project Violet,” a “citizen science” drug-discovery project being launched by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

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