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Brain Tumour Charity
The leading UK charity in our field, funding pioneering research, providing support & info & raising awareness. We also lead & fund the campaign
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Carol Dyce 2h
Honoured Clare shared story about most precious gift - her little girl’s brain for research. Heartbreaking read, but full of love & drive to help save more children’s lives.
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Brain Tumour Charity 4h
Aww thank you Emily, that kind of feedback means the world to us. We are so glad to have been of help.
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Michael Greenwood 6h
This is a devastating read but Olivia's story told by her brave parents is helping to illustrate the good work of The Brain Tumour Charity
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Brain Tumour Charity 5h
“Every brain tumour is different. I didn’t know that until I started my treatment. If you have a friend that’s going through this, take the time to understand the cancer and the specific treatment. Be sympathetic. Don’t try to simplify it." Share your msg;
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Brain Tumour Charity 6h
"There is real passion behind the work that everyone does." - Rosemary, one of our volunteer team. Find out more about how you could get involved by visiting:
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HeadSmart 10h
Yes it does , as hard as it is, anything that can help raise awareness of the devastating effects brain tumours have on children, young adults and their families always helps. Reducing diagnosis times & improving lives of those affected is what aims to do.
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Brain Tumour Charity 12h
. schoolboy living with inoperable brain tumour urging people to join charity walk
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Brain Tumour Charity 13h
“I was told I would never walk again. That I’d never be able to do any of the things I wanted to do. I wasn’t going to let anything beat me. If you can push yourself & do all the therapy & the exercises, you can, & you will get there. It just takes time.”
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Jessica Sass 13h
Thank you for giving the opportunity to showcase BRIAN and the huge benefits this project will bring to the brain tumour community. As a patient, I truly believe my journey would have been different if I had had a resource like BRIAN at my fingertips
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Kielan Arblaster 14h
'A chorus of voices is considerably stronger than a solo sound' which is why 's alliance with will endeavour to improve the survival rates of the less survivable cancers
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Brain Tumour Charity 15h
Replying to @officialbarnsey
Sending our best wishes and do get in touch if we can help or answer any questions.
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Brain Tumour Charity 15h
Replying to @tim_tjay1985
Sending our best wishes. We're not in Australia but there's lots of useful information for people newly diagnosed on our website, if you might like to take a look.
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WCITCharity Sep 17
BRIAN is a game changer for helping children with brain tumours by aiding clinicians with access to data and a community.
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Neville Southall Sep 17
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Neville Southall Sep 17
The community is made up of some fantastic and committed individuals, charities and organisations who we would be amiss not to mention. They provide information and support for families and patients and we are proud to work with them.
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Everest in the Alps 17h
'The first two ascents have been a huge success, but there will always be more Everests to climb. There are others like Toby who need people to fight for them. I hope more will be inspired to take on the challenge' Rob Ritchie - Everest in the Alps founder
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Brain Tumour Charity 16h
We need to drive up survival rates for the most aggressive cancers via
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Brain Tumour Charity Sep 17
Join us at our science themed Family Day in Edinburgh on 6 October! The day is free to attend with free parking and lunch, drinks and snacks will be provided throughout the day. Meet other families, enjoy something different & have fun! Book here;
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David Jenkinson Sep 17
. speaking to about the way they can help sort the data problem for through . With Darren Hargrave and Deborah Croissan
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LSC Taskforce Sep 17
Want to find our all about our meeting with ? , Head of Policy and Public Affairs at , has written a blog about the steps we've been taking together:
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