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New brain tumour diagnosed.

Hi, new here. I recently found out I have a large brain tumour to the side of my...

The 10 ways we can help - hear about other people

Connect directly with other people affected by a brain tumour diagnosis in our o...
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What are people’s experiences with tumour biopsy timeframes?

My dad was recently diagnosed with a grade 4 brain tumour which is too deep to b...

Use BRIAN to take control

Our BRIAN app will help you manage your experience day-to-day and the data you i...

Listen to our latest episode of Let's Talk About Brain Tumours

In this episode of Let's Talk About Brain Tumours, co-host Sara Challis shares h...

Take part in our Improving Brain Tumour Care Surveys today!

“As my family and I have been through this experience, we have learnt so much an...

Join BRIAN today!

BRIAN, an app developed by The Brain Tumour Charity, is designed to help people ...

10 ways we can help - speak to our team

Our team is here to listen, support you and help with any information you need. ...

Can dietary supplements help?

At the moment, there is insufficient evidence to say dietary supplements can hel...

Brain tumour symptoms - nausea and dizziness

Common symptoms of a brain tumour are headaches, changes to vision and nausea. T...

GET INVOLVED..

What Information and Support were you given? Come along and join us at our focus...

Mental Health Awareness Week

For anyone affected by a brain tumour, mental health problems are all too common...

Skull dents after brain surgery

Any body had any of there skull dents filled after surgery as I have a deep l sh...

10 ways we can help

Whether it's you or a loved one who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, we a...
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Complementary therapies

Used alongside conventional brain tumour treatments, complementary therapies may...
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Tell us about your care - short survey!

Here at The Brain Tumour Charity we want to ensure that no matter where you live...

NEW ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP

We have recently launched a dedicated glioblastoma support community on HealthUn...

Step by Step: Your interactive guide to life with a brain tumour

Our new Step by Step guide outlines what happens following a diagnosis, answers ...
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The Brain Tumour Charity support teams are now on Instagram!

Alongside the charity's main Instagram account, we have launched a dedicated sup...

Support spotlight: Relationship service

Looking after your relationships: Access free relationship counselling support, ...

Diagnostic brain scans

Scans are used during diagnosis or monitoring your tumour during and after treat...

Do you have any questions about the Covid Vaccines?

We understand that members of our community may be concerned or have questions a...

Talking helps

Hello my people! Much love to all... I am from the islands of Trinidad and Tobag...

Appointment instead of letter!!!!

I had a craniotomy 5 years ago to remove a large benign meningioma. Regular MRI ...

I’ve just had yearly MRI after craniotomy 5 years ago to remove large benign meningioma. Every year I get letter but not this time...

Scan results

I had a brain tumour removed three weeks ago on my left side and wanted to know if it’s ok to sleep back on that side again? TIA.

Scar is healing fine and I’m recovering really well, just miss sleep on my left ...

Take control:

Join BRIAN, our online app, to help manage your experience day-to-day, keep trac...

Fatigue and brain tumours

3 in 5 people we spoke to felt fatigued due to their brain tumour diagnosis. To ...
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To The Treasured Memories of Margaret June Barney

Sadly, my wife of 54 years, passed away on 19/11/2020 from GBM4. I would like an...

Improving Brain Tumour Care surveys

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in our Improving Brain Tumour Care surv...
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