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Get help! Don’t Fight Cancer Alone

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on November 18, 2019

Ependymoma survivor, Matt, shares how to utilize resources the medical system makes available.

What advice do you have for other ependymoma parents?

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on September 24, 2019

We asked our community to share their advice for other ependymoma parents with a newly diagnosed child. We received numerous responses. Thank you for your participation! Read their advice.

CERN Foundation Releases Ependymoma Community Blog Series

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on August 26, 2019

This series of blog articles is written by members of the ependymoma community. Some are ependymoma survivors and others are caregivers. They share their advice to help others with ependymoma cope with their illness.

Consulting with Dr. Google

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on August 19, 2019

Ependymoma caregiver, Tamiko, shares how to navigate the internet when searching for disease information.

Coping with Scans

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on August 5, 2019

Ependymoma survivor, Jennifer, shares how she copes with follow-up brain and spine scans and waiting for the results.

Be Your Own Advocate

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on July 31, 2019

Ependymoma survivor, Sarah, shares three tips to help guide you through your ependymoma journey.

CERN Foundation Brings People Together

— Categories: Ependymoma Community     Posted on July 3, 2019

CERN brings two ependymoma survivors together across the country and globe. Adam is from California and Allie is from Kansas. Both were diagnosed with ependymoma, in almost the same spots in the left occipital lobe.

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