"We've Lost Great Minds To Brain Cancer.
Use Yours To Help Us Find The Cure Today."

Mario Lichtenstein, Founder, Voices Against Brain Cancer

"Voices Against Brain Cancer׳s (VABC) mission's is to find a cure for brain cancer and brain tumors by advancing scientific research, increasing awareness, creating a brain cancer and tumor community, and supporting patients, their families and caregivers afflicted with this devastating disease."

“I couldn’t save the life of my son, but perhaps I can save the life of others”
Mario Lichtenstein, Founder VABC

Marc Anthony Accepts the "Sounding Off For A Cure" Award from Voices Against Brain Cancer

Marc Anthony lost his sister Maribel to brain cancer when she was just 9 years old.

Marc Anthony Accepts the "Sounding Off For A Cure" Award from Voices Against Brain Cancer

Marc Anthony lost his sister Maribel to brain cancer when she was just 9 years old.

Brain Cancer Researchers and Survivors on VABC Granting

Learn WHAT Voices Against Brain Cancer does and WHY we do it!

Brain Cancer Researchers and Survivors on VABC Granting

Learn WHAT Voices Against Brain Cancer does and WHY we do it!

Join The Voices! New York Run/Walk

Check out Join the Voices! New York, where over 10,000 people participated in Central Park and almost $1 million was raised!

Join The Voices! New York Run/Walk

Check out Join the Voices! New York, where over 10,000 people participated in Central Park and almost $1 million was raised!

Family Loses Son to Brain Cancer and Starts Charity in his Honor

What makes VABC different? Meet some of the VOICES and hear about research and support programs we fund.

Family Loses Son to Brain Cancer and Starts Charity in his Honor

What makes VABC different? Meet some of the VOICES and hear about research and support programs we fund.

Voices of the Month

Mitchell Kent

On January 23rd of 2012, Mitchell Kent’s life changed dramatically. He had a seizure at lunch and later learned it was caused by a brain tumor. Since then he has fought it with surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. He is relieved but also a little apprehensive to be beginning the post-treatment phase.

Mitchell is grateful for so much. For being done with treatment. For the promise of more targeted and effective treatments on the horizon. For the support of all of you. He didn't think it was possible to raise more than a quarter of a million dollars for research. But that's exactly what Mitchell and his team has done!

"We've Lost Great Minds To Brain Cancer.
Use Yours To Help Us Find The Cure Today."

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