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Brain tumor fund hands out $250K

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A national research grant program named for a Saratoga Springs boy who died in 2001 has funded more than $1.7 million in brain tumor research, including $250,000 in grants that were just announced. The Billy Grey Research Grants are awarded by the National Brain Tumor Society of Watertown, Mass., where Billy’s father, Ken Grey, sits on the board of directors. “We try to fund the best of the best,” said Grey, of Saratoga Springs, who ...


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