"My name is Darell Bigner. I lead the research program of The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center. I chose this work because current treatment and prevention of brain tumors is inadequate. Hope to me means that there are better ways to treat and ultimately prevent brain tumors. Many of those discoveries will take place at Duke."
"My name is Allan Friedman. I am a neurosurgeon and co-direct The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center. I chose this field because of my strong commitment and desire to help patients afflected with neurological diseases. Malignant brain tumors ruin the lives of healthy, vibrant members of our society. Advances in medicine and surgery, fostered through dedicated research, have given us the tools to provide those patients with additional useful time. Hope to me means that with continued hard work and dedication, malignant brain tumors will be curable in the future."
"My name is Henry Friedman. I am a neuro-oncologist and co-direct The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke. I chose this work because I want to try and help people with brain tumors. Hope to me means being given the chance to live a long and happy life with one's family and friends."