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Cookie Munster 12h
Another dear friend has been lost to us today. Diagnosed with Glioblastoma same week as my Cornishman. Also a retired cop in early 50s.
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Samantha Parker 3h
Glioblastoma is a dreadful disease .The average survival time is devastatingly short – just 12-18 months - It’s time this changed .
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Carol Dyce Nov 8
Who else can’t get the image of 6ft dad Pete ⁦⁩ riding his daughter Ellie’s tiny bike to raise money for ⁦⁩ in her memory? Now he’s nudging £50k. Wow! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Marilena Elpidorou 11h
Well done to everyone who participated! Amazing contribution to the charity ! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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ruthab@tbtc Nov 4
Bramshaw Golf Club, Hampshire, at the Captains’ Drive-in yesterday. The Brain Tumour Charity - Charity of the Year 2018/19. (L to R: Mens Captain Tony Daly, Young Ambassador Laura. Community Fundraiser Ruth, Ladies Captain Julie. Thank you!
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Steven Salazar 8h
A big thanks to for inviting us down for a charity awareness stand in Edinburgh
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Cookie Munster Nov 7
Replying to @MullinsKerry
I’m so sorry- the 3 men I know who have it are all healthy non smoking men in their early 50s -the Doctors have no idea how it happens.
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Katy Holmes Trust Nov 11
This is just so sad. This is why we won't give up. It won't always be like this, not if we all work together.
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Donald Innes Nov 7
This is a powerful statement, please read
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robert colgrave Nov 9
Thank you to and all who attended the Cleckheaton Twilight Walk. Raising £4025 for the charity. Our first Researcher led Twilight Walk for .
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Carol Dyce Nov 11
So utterly sad another precious child has lost her life to . Thinking of dad Joe and family ⁦⁩ after loss of Lucy. The only hope for better treatment and to save lives is through research ⁦
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Emma Bassett Nov 6
Replying to @BrainTumourOrg
New logo and rebrand looks great! Well done!
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Cookie Munster Nov 6
Let’s hope you don’t get struck down with an indiscriminate cancer. My husband did all those things you pontificate about- it made not a blind bit of difference. My healthiest cycling/running/healthydiet friend got breast cancer. Victim blaming is unhelpful.
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Samantha Parker Nov 6
Receiving a terminal diagnosis is devastating . When my darling husband told he would die from brain cancer, we grieved for the loss of his life , the future that we had planned but most of all because there was no hope
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Samantha Parker Nov 7
So important to get it right for this marginalised patient group and families
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H... Nov 6
The secret is finally out! The logo may have changed but the team are still as amazing as they’ve always been. Read more about the changes here 👇🏻 x
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Raj Rana Fund Nov 6
Replying to @RajRanaFund
Money we raise goes into research for childhood brain tumours. Our aim is a minimum of £100k for Raj's Fund. It's too late for Raj, but with your support we want to make sure we can provide children affected the cure they deserve.
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Katie Grier Nov 7
Such sad news about Andrew Fairlie. Another example of why
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Samantha Parker Nov 7
Fabulous achievement. Hopefully some ring fenced for further research finding a cure for brain cancer,which kills more children and adults under the age of 40,than any other cancer.
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Samantha Parker Nov 8
During last week of my husbands life , I was informed that liquid anti seizure meds he had been prescribed were too expensive and continue with tablets - He couldn’t swallow !
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