The CERN Foundation is committed to improving the care and outcome of people with ependymoma through community support and research efforts. We are a network working to improve the lives of those affected by ependymoma.
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Connecting you with neuro-oncologists who specialize in treating ependymoma.
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If you or a loved one has just been diagnosed, we are here to help you get the facts on ependymoma. Learn More
Ways you can help care for yourself or a loved one during and after ependymoma treatment. Learn More
Learn how ependymoma is diagnosed, what it looks like and what to do after being diagnosed. Learn More
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CERN Foundation Releases People of CERN Series
This series of short films, produced by the CERN Foundation, aims to humanize the experience of ependymoma by sharing real people's stories and ultimately raising awareness about this rare form of brain and spinal cancer.
Tyler’s Girlfriend Gives Ultimate Christmas Present
Tyler's girlfriend, Nicole, holds fundraiser at a local bar to raise funds for the CERN Foundation.
Ependymoma Awareness Day is May 8, 2017
Join the CERN Foundation in Washington, DC, to raise awareness of ependymoma!
The CERN Foundation Launches New Website
The CERN Foundation is committed to improving the care and outcome of people with ependymoma. In order to better reach this goal, CERN underwent an intensive website redevelopment process.