Provided by the: American Brain Tumor Association
Sharing knowledge, Sharing Hope
Want to keep up on the latest information about brain tumors? If you have access to a computer and a modem, you can jump on the internet and tap into a wealth of information and support. A list of search engines (listed at the end) will help you find other sites in the Internet as well.
American Brain Tumor Association's Web Site
The American Brain Tumor Association has an extensive web site on the Internet. At that site you can access information about the latest treatments, research, support resources and ABTA events. You can find us at:
American Brain Tumor Association
BRAINTMR: The World's Largest Brain Tumor Support Group
Over 900 people now interact through this e-mail discussion group including patients, family members,
neuroscientists, social workers, and representatives of the American Brain Tumor Association. This list was originated by brain tumor survivor, Samantha Scolamiero, and is now maintained by a BRAINTMR volunteer.
The BRAINTMR list is a forum to discuss topics related to all types of brain tumors whether benign or malignant. Information and experiences are shared among brain tumor patients, their families and supporters, all kinds of concerned medical professionals, medical educators, and researchers who study brain tumor growth or treatment. Over 15% of subscribers are medical professionals who learn about a broad variety of patient needs and thoughts.
To subscribe to this list, send e-mail to:
In the body of the message type SUBSCRIBE BRAINTMR followed by your real name. For example, SUBSCRIBE BRAINTMR Jane Q. User. Leave the subject for the e-mail blank or type "none." To unsubscribe from the list, send the command UNSUBSCRIBE BRAINTMR in e-mail to:
LISTSERV@mitvma.mit.edu Send all list related commands to:
LISTSERV@mitvma.mit.edu For assistance, send the command HELP. Send all articles to:
BRAINTMR also hosts a chat room on America Online. To get there from the main AOL menu: go to Pepole Connections, click Find A Chat, click Enter A Private Chat, and type in the full word, braintumor. The screen will tell you how many other people are in the chat room.