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Patient Events


Living Well Webinar Series

This monthly webinar is part of an educational series for brain tumor patients and survivors. Topics address the practical and emotional challenges of living with a brain tumor.

Future webinars listed on our UCSF Events page >

Archive of past webinars can be found our our Patient Resources page >


Monthly Support Group

This monthly support group is facilitated by our neuro-oncology team, and is open to UCSF Neuro-oncology patients, family members and caregivers.

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Integrative Approaches to Brain Cancer Survivorship

This 3-part seminar series offers those with a brain tumor diagnosis guidance on living their healthiest life possible. Sessions involve group instruction, individual consultation, exercise instruction with an exercise specialist, and health coaching with a certified health coach.

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"For the Love of Art" Exhibit

Partnering with UCSF Art for Recovery, the Sheri Sobrato Brain Cancer Survivorship Program is pleased to feature original works of talented artists who have all faced the challenge of living with brain cancer. This inaugural event, “For the Love of Art,” showcases original pieces that capture the impact that a brain tumor has while also celebrating the beauty of life and the therapeutic power of self-expression.

Learn more about the exhibit >

Click on the link below to take a 3D virtual tour of the exhibit.


Past Events

American Brain Tumor Association 2022 National Conference

This annual national conference brings together thousands of patients, caregivers, and survivors to learn about latest advances in brain tumor research, treatment and care. This year's free, virtual event on September 9-10 was co-chaired by UCSF neuro-oncologist Nancy Ann Oberheim Bush, MD, PhD.

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