15 years is a long time. That's how long ago my mom was diagnosed with a glioblastoma brain tumor. She fought a valiant fight for 18 months, but in the end, the brain tumor was too much.
I'm Clint Murphy, and my mom, Pamela Arnold, lost her fight to a brain tumor on March 2, 2010. In the years after her death, I got involved with the National Brain Tumor Society for a while as an advocate, volunteer, and fundraiser, traveling in the fall each year to Boston to participate in a 5k to raise awareness and money in the fight against brain tumors.
Now, The National Brain Tumor Society is bringing one of their signature events to Georgia and I'm putting together a "posse" of mine and my mom's friends and family to raise money and awareness in the fight against brain tumors.
I hope you will join me. I'd love to have you on the team, either virtually or in Atlanta on June 3 to walk with me. If that's not possible, then donate to my efforts.
I'm convinced that better outcomes from brain cancer are just a moonshot away. In our lifetime, advancements will be made that save the life of someone you know and love. I won't stop till we see that day.
The National Brain Tumor Society will not rest until a cure exists - but more needs to be done. Please join in my effort!
National Brain Tumor Society is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. They are aggressively driving strategic research and advocating for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community. Your support ensures this important work will continue.