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If only brain tumour research could be funded in the same way as leukaemia and other cancers

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Rossington Wheelers Charity Ride

Posted on by Ross Whyte

Thank you so much to Rossington Wheelers Cycling Club who have raised an amazing total of £5498 — enough to fund two days of research at one of the Brain Tumour Research Centres of Excellence! As the new day dawned at 5:45 on … Continue reading

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Cat in a Hat fundraising group joins the Brain Tumour Research umbrella

Posted on by Ross Whyte

Catherine Anderson was diagnosed with a grade 2 brain tumour in August 2014, which quickly progressed to being grade 4 by the end of the year. Her bravery and enduring bubbly nature whilst undergoing gruelling treatment has inspired her family to … Continue reading

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2015: Closer To A Cure

Posted on by Natasha Pile

As we settle back into the routines of daily life after the Christmas and New Year break and we ponder our hopes and fears for 2015 I thought I would remind you of our absolute dedication to our vision of … Continue reading

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Wear A Hat Day in Parliament

Posted on by PB Consulting

Andrew Jones, Member of Parliament for Harrogate and Knaresborough, spoke about Wear a Hat Day and the aim to increase funding for research into brain tumours in Parliament on Thursday 27th of March. During the Business of the House debate … Continue reading

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Get Your MP Involved in Wear A Hat Day

Posted on by Crispin

How many MPs can we get involved in Wear A Hat Day? Please send your MP an email – their address can be found here by putting your postcode in: http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/ Tell them your story and why you are involved … Continue reading

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