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Brain Tumour Consortium holding Summit on 29th February

Brain Tumour Research and other members of  The Brain Tumour Consortium are holding a Summit Wednesday 29th February 2012, 2.30pm – 5.30pm, followed by drinks at The Abbey Conference Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU.

The summit will focus on the success and achievements of the Brain Tumour Consortium and will be based around four sessions:

– Can best practice guidance can ever be universal? (Led by Prof Garth Cruickshank)

– What needs to be done to get more research into brain tumours? (Led by Prof Roy Rampling)

– Examining early diagnosis, particularly in children (Led by Dr David Walker)

– Panel Discussion

Each session will conclude with a Q&A and the event will be followed by a drinks reception.

If you would like to attend please emal sue@braintumourresearch.org

One Response to Brain Tumour Consortium holding Summit on 29th February

  1. Tumour brain says:

    In most cases, the brain tumour cause is unknown and they do not discriminate on gender, class or ethnicity

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