Tug McGraw Foundation

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Tug McGraw Foundation

The <a href="http://www.tugmcgraw.com" target="_blank"style="color:#c08434;"><b>Tug McGraw Foundation</a></b> was established to raise funds for pioneering brain cancer research, increase public awareness of the disease, and support college students who exemplify leadership and Tug’s inspiring “Ya Gotta Believe” spirit. Over 300,000 adults and children annually receive a diagnosis of brain cancer, and the mission of the Foundation is to support research that will improve their quality of life in the physical, social, spiritual, and cognitive areas. <br><br> For more information, please contact <a href="http://www.tugmcgraw.com/home.asp" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>www.tugmcgraw.com</b></a>

Stories by Tug McGraw Foundation

IN MEMORIAM: Tug McGraw Foundation shares our love and admiration for Jeannie Kauffman, a courageous singer/songwriter and longtime friend, as she...
The diagnosis of my husband’s brain tumor was, at the very least, a shock. Looking back, there were some warning signs prior to our visit to...
It was fall of 1999. We were both students at Neumann College in Aston, Pennsylvania. Two different people from two different places who...
“A Son’s Perspective,” by Brady Schalich She could always relate to me in situations and in how I felt. I had very similar...
Football played a big part in Zack Topper’s life. The son of my oldest brother, Zack met the young woman who would become his bride at a game...
Shawna Oleson loves her kittens. The kittens were found in her garage this fall abandoned by their mother, a neighborhood stray. Shawna helped to...
When Jim McKeon watched his five-year-old son Jimmy play a school basketball game and score 24 out of his teams’ total of 28 points, he knew...
I’m a neurosurgeon, and for the past thirteen years I’ve been on the neurosurgery staff at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. As a neurosurgeon...
The diagnosis has been given. Dealing with it begins now. As Tug’s primary caregiver, I found there was no absolute blueprint for caregiving...
Sometimes, you just have to laugh.  Just ask Liz Holzemer.  Fans of The Late Show with David Letterman can appreciate this brain tumor...