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Brain tumour help

We'll help you understand, and take control so that you can secure the best possible outcome following your brain tumour diagnosis.

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Your support means we can help thousands of brain tumour patients across the UK.
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Our aim is to help everyone diagnosed with a brain tumour access the help they need to get back on top of things. Get to know us, and find out about our unique brain tumour support.

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An easy to use database of brain tumour support services, and brain tumour clinical trials. Find out what is available to you, on your doorstep and beyond.
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Join team brainstrust for the London or Liverpool Santa Run 2016

 

Join thousands of Santas this December at the Liverpool or London Santa Dash and help people living with a brain tumour.

It doesn't matter if you run, jog or walk, because this event is all about the taking part and helping people living with brain cancer.

Taking place on Sunday 4th December, the BTR Liverpool Santa Dash is set to bring a flash of red (and blue), as well as Christmas cheer to the city of Liverpool with around 8,000 Santas taking on the running challenge. It promises to be perfect for all the family with a ‘mini dash’ on the same day.

 

In London, choose from a 5km or 10km route. There's also a 200m fun run for the under 8s.

 




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Helping you to understand the brain cancer journey

 

Our Patient Guide is a resource to help people living with a brain tumour, and their caregivers better understand the brain cancer journey. It explains what you can expect at each stage, the key questions that you should be asking, and what resources exist that can help you.

 

 

We want to make sure you have the best resources available, so we are actively engaging with the review of the NICE guidelines for brain tumours. NICE's role is to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services. It does this by:

 

  • Producing evidence-based guidance and advice for health, public health...

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