To raise awareness of the issues facing the brain tumour community in order to improve research, diagnosis, information, support, treatment and care outcomes.
Found: Written evidence - Brain Tumour ResearchTreasury Committee – Consumers’ Access to Financial Services
2. BRAIN TUMOUR RESEARCH WEAR A HAT DAY
26/03/2019 - Early Day Motions
Found: is the UK's biggest brain tumour research fundraising event; congratulates Brain Tumour Research and
3. Brain tumour and childhood cancer research
25/03/2021 - Select Committee Inquiry
Found: pdf">report on funding for research into brain tumours in 2016, this inquiry will seek to assess progress
Found: evidence - Brain Tumour Research DMC0058 Written evidence from Brain Tumour Research About Brain Tumour
5. 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF BRAIN TUMOUR RESEARCH
29/04/2019 - Early Day Motions
Found: and Vanessa Dury of St Andrews and the team at Brain Tumour Research on the charity’s 10th anniversary
1. Health: Brain Tumours
19/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: report of the chair of the all-party group on brain tumours, which says that there is greater need because - Speech Link
2: is arguable that, of all the human organs, the brain is the main. People from the black community are - Speech Link
3: Lords, £40 million was announced in May 2018 for brain tumour research. To date, £9.3 million has been - Speech Link
2. Brain Tumour Research
19/11/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: million over five years for brain tumour research as part of the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission, through - Speech Link
2: accuracy has been rolled out and new specialist brain cancer centres have been set up across the NHS. - Speech Link
3: national spend on cancer research is devoted to brain tumour research. Let us consider the collaborative - Speech Link
3. Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission
13/05/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: House on the progress we have made in tackling brain cancer, including on a new innovation that is now - Speech Link
4. Childhood Cancers: Research
07/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: Govan, who lost her grandson Logan to a type of brain cancer called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, - Speech Link
2: we have heard, this is an inoperable brain tumour, inside the brain stem, and the prognosis is a life expectancy - Speech Link
3: had DIPG and a stage 4 brain tumour. DIPG is a highly malignant childhood brain cancer that disables the - Speech Link
5. Healthcare: Brain Tumours
24/10/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: and psychosocial care for people living with a brain tumour, and (2) to provide support for their carers - Speech Link
2: remember both patients and carers. Living with a brain tumour often means coping with life-changing symptoms - Speech Link
3: Jowell Brain Cancer Mission to ensure that we improve pathways for those with very challenging brain tumour - Speech Link
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