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Bringing people closer to brain tumour research

At brainstrust, we believe that people with a brain tumour should be at the heart of brain tumour research: from setting priorities, to helping develop trials that improve outcomes for people with a brain tumour. We work with researchers in the clinical field, helping to make life better for people with a brain tumour today.

Collaborating to improve outcomes for people with a brain tumour

On our research hub, you can learn about what we’ve achieved in this space, and how you can help make life better for people with a brain tumour by supporting our involvement in clinical research.

You’ll be able to find out about our research strategy, the work we do and how we aim to change outcomes for those affected by brain cancer.

We’ve already helped to bring over £13million of funding into brain tumour research to help people live better with a brain tumour. Check out our research library for an idea of the range and scope of our involvement in this space so far.

PRIME (brainstrust’s Patient Research Involvement Movement)

When it comes to brain tumour research, people with a brain tumour should be in the driving seat. Through PRIME, they are. brainstrust‘s Patient Research Involvement Movement offers opportunities for those affected by brain cancer to offer their incredibly valuable and much needed insight to the research community.

If you’re a member of the brain tumour community (patients, caregivers, researchers) and would like to be involved in shaping the research agenda, click here to find out more about PRIME and register your interest.

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