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Tara, a craniopharyngioma survivor, crosses the finish line at the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon

Triumph and Togetherness: RAWF Takes on the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon

In the bustling streets of New York City, amidst the vibrant energy of the United ... Read more

Scaling New Heights: Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro with AVP-D and Thriving Beyond Rare Disease

Hiking Kilimanjaro has been a dream of mine for many years and on Sunday 25th ... Read more
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Welcoming a New Addition to Our Team!

At Raymond A. Wood Foundation, we are thrilled to introduce Meghan Wood, our new Major ... Read more
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2023 with RAWF: A Year in Review

2023 has been a remarkable year for the Raymond A. Wood Foundation, one filled with ... Read more
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Recap: Pituitary Brain Tumor Family Conference 2023 – Advocacy, Connection, and Growth

Overview In the heart of Philadelphia, the Raymond A. Wood Foundation hosted the 5th Annual ... Read more
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Raymond A. Wood Foundation Reveals Caregiver Burden in Pioneering Craniopharyngioma Study

The Raymond A. Wood Foundation recently published its first research study entitled “Caregiver burden and ... Read more
Amy Wood at IBTA World Summit

RAWF Executive Director at the IBTA World Summit in Vienna, Austria

Brain tumor patient advocates, clinicians and researchers convened in Vienna, Austria last month at the ... Read more
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Development of Patient Registry Well Underway

The Raymond A. Wood Foundation hosted our first International Hypothalamic-Pituitary Brain Tumor Patient Registry advisory ... Read more

Working to Develop a Sodium Meter for DI Patients

The Raymond A. Wood Foundation (RAWF) entered an agreement with Giner Labs, a world-renowned center ... Read more
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Raymond A. Wood Foundation Joins the Children’s Brain Tumor Network Executive Council

The Children’s Brain Tumor Network (CBTN) is dedicated to driving innovative discovery, pioneering new treatments and accelerating open science to improve health for all children and young adults diagnosed with a brain tumor. The CBTN is the largest pediatric brain tumor biorepository and is made up of over 40 partner foundations. This month, Raymond A. Wood Foundation (RAWF) joined those partner organizations and has pledged $50,000 in support of the growth of CBTN’s craniopharyngioma biobank to accelerate research on tumor treatment and post-treatment management.

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