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Westminster Hall
Animal Testing - Mon 25 Oct 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Martyn Day (SNP - Linlithgow and East Falkirk) Thirty years of experience with subcutaneous xenografts, human tumours implanted under the skin of the - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Assisted Dying Bill [HL] - Fri 22 Oct 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Lord Sherbourne of Didsbury (CON - Life peer) about a friend of mine who, almost three years ago, in January 2019, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain - Speech Link
2: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) Last October, I was at stage 3 cancer, with a number of secondary tumours which had spread throughout - Speech Link
3: Lord Ramsbotham (CB - Life peer) Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for a scan, which was misdiagnosed as showing that she had an aggressive brain - Speech Link
4: Lord Pearson of Rannoch (Non-affiliated - Life peer) I would refer them to a recent book, Proof of Heaven, written by perhaps the top brain specialist in - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Mon 19 Apr 2021
Department of Health and Social Care
Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 13 Apr 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Ruth Cadbury (LAB - Brentford and Isleworth) National Institute for Health Research on increasing the number of research grants for the treatment of brain - Speech Link
2: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) is why in 2018, through the NIHR, the Government announced £40 million over five years for brain tumour - Speech Link
3: Ruth Cadbury (LAB - Brentford and Isleworth) Will the Minister commit to taking a more proactive approach to this—for example, by ensuring that brain - Speech Link
4: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) Brain tumours are invidious, and we need to do more and we need to go faster. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Wed 24 Mar 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Derek Thomas (CON - St Ives) March is Brain Tumour Awareness Month and over 100,000 people have signed a Brain Tumour Research petition - Speech Link
2: Boris Johnson (CON - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) Friend on what he is doing to champion research into brain cancer. - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Research and Development Funding - Wed 17 Mar 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Derek Thomas (CON - St Ives) There is a need to provide adequate public research funding for brain tumours. - Speech Link
2: Amanda Solloway (CON - Derby North) tumours and cancers, and I recognise the importance of such research. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Wed 27 Jan 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Holly Mumby-Croft (CON - Scunthorpe) Will the Prime Minister join me in wishing the Hopkins family well, and will he work with me and the Brain - Speech Link
2: Boris Johnson (CON - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) I can tell her that the Department of Health is working with Tessa Jowell’s Brain Cancer Mission, announcing - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Health: Brain Tumours - Tue 19 Jan 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) tumours, which says that there is greater need because there are no researchers able to undertake much - Speech Link
2: Lord Taylor of Warwick (Non-affiliated - Life peer) People from the black community are nearly three times more likely to develop pituitary tumours at the - Speech Link
3: Lord Patel (CB - Life peer) tumours, we need a strategy that addresses the clinical and research workforce; basic and clinical research - Speech Link
4: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) That is why infrastructure spend on brain tumour research has increased. - Speech Link
5: Lord O'Shaughnessy (CON - Life peer) This particularly affects hard-to-treat cancers such as brain tumours. - Speech Link
6: Baroness Wheeler (LAB - Life peer) tumour-specific positions, and dedicated brain tumour centres. - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Childhood Cancers: Research - Mon 07 Dec 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Derek Thomas (CON - St Ives) I have the great honour of chairing the all-party parliamentary group on brain tumours. - Speech Link
2: Kirsten Oswald (SNP - East Renfrewshire) There has been no progress in treating childhood brain stem tumours. That is stark and shocking. - Speech Link
3: Patricia Gibson (SNP - North Ayrshire and Arran) DIPG, or diffuse midline glioma, accounts for between 5% and 10% of all childhood brain tumours - Speech Link
4: Alex Norris (LAB - Nottingham North) reality is that charity-funded research into brain tumours could stop and the vital progress we have - Speech Link
5: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) It is through heart-breaking experience that brain tumours give us one of the most persistent challenges - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Covid-19: Lung Cancer Pathway - Wed 02 Dec 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Derek Twigg (LAB - Halton) lungs are so large, symptoms often become apparent only in the latter stages, which results in small tumours - Speech Link
2: James Daly (CON - Bury North) the basis of today’s debate comes from my constituent Andrew Jenkinson, whose wife Emma sadly died of brain - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Cancer in Teenagers and Young Adults - Tue 01 Dec 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) These cancers include the lipomas, the leukaemias, the sarcomas and the germ-cell tumours that are often - Speech Link
2: Imran Ahmad Khan (IND - Wakefield) He was subsequently sent to Leeds General Infirmary, where it was discovered that Ellis had a brain tumour - Speech Link
3: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) example, the charity HeadSmart helps to improve the understanding and awareness of the symptoms of brain - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Brain Tumour Research - Thu 19 Nov 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lord O'Shaughnessy (CON - Life peer) what financial support they are providing for research into therapies and treatments for people with brain - Speech Link
2: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) tumour research as part of the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission, through the NIHR. - Speech Link
3: Baroness Morgan of Cotes (CON - Life peer) Does he agree with the proposal to change the system so that if a site-specific brain tumour grant is - Speech Link
4: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) tumours in children. - Speech Link
5: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) We have struggled to tackle adult brain tumours for a very long time. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Wed 15 Jul 2020
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Kirsten Oswald (SNP - East Renfrewshire) constituent Daniel Caplan, who has just turned 17, has been diagnosed with a diffuse midline glioma—a brain - Speech Link
2: Boris Johnson (CON - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) Lady is able to make representations to the Department of Health about ensuring that childhood brain - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 10 Mar 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Alistair Carmichael (LDEM - Orkney and Shetland) What steps his Department is taking to support research into brain tumours. - Speech Link
2: Jo Churchill (CON - Bury St Edmunds) Unlike many cancers, we have not moved the dial really far enough for patients with brain cancer. - Speech Link
3: Alistair Carmichael (LDEM - Orkney and Shetland) Ten per cent. of all cancer deaths of people under 50 are from brain tumours, but the cancer receives - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Acquired Brain Injury - Thu 06 Feb 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) I beg to move,That this House has considered acquired brain injury. - Speech Link
2: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) The first is the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum, run by Chloe Hayward. - Speech Link
3: John Hayes (CON - South Holland and The Deepings) It could be a brain tumour; I am president of the Lincolnshire brain tumour support group. - Speech Link
4: Siobhain McDonagh (LAB - Mitcham and Morden) In a previous debate on acquired brain injury, I highlighted Headway’s brain injury identity card, which - Speech Link
5: Mike Penning (CON - Hemel Hempstead) , which rattles around inside the piece of bone that protects the brain. - Speech Link
6: Neil Gray (SNP - Airdrie and Shotts) The point about a brain injury ID card was a very interesting focus of her speech. - Speech Link
7: Caroline Dinenage (CON - Gosport) He is such a brilliant and effective champion of people with acquired brain injuries. - Speech Link
8: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) Resolved,That this House has considered acquired brain injury. - Speech Link