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Awareness

One of the elements of the Life of Riley Foundation mission is to create a greater Awareness of the magnitude of pediatric brain tumors. For example, few people are aware that:

  • Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer death in children under the age of 20, now surpassing acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

  • More than 185,000 people in the United States will be diagnosed this year with a primary or metastic brain tumor.

  • Because brain tumors are located at the control center for thought, emotion and movement, their effects on an individual's physical and cognitive abilities can be devastating.

  • Brain tumors in children are different from those in adults and are often treated differently. 40% of children diagnosed with a brain tumor do not survive beyond five years after diagnosis.

  • Brain tumors are reported to be on the rise, increasing at an alarming rate of 30%, over the past two decades.

The need to raise awareness about statistics like these coupled with the fight to reverse them are the reason for the Life of Riley Foundation's Awareness campaign. Awareness will be promoted through every special event, publicity piece and volunteer activity funded through the Foundation.

Please visit the following websites for more information:
www.nabraintumor.org