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Our Chief Executive Sue Farrington Smith awarded MBE in New Year’s Honours

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We are honoured to announce that Brain Tumour Research’s Chief Executive, Sue Farrington Smith, has been awarded an MBE for services to brain tumour research and awareness raising. “I cried when I heard the news. It is such a great … Continue reading

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Thank you from Brain Tumour Research

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Dear Friends, 2016 has been a year of change. Over 120,000 of you signed our e-petition, leading to a groundbreaking brain tumour debate at Westminster. Promises were made to take action to address the historic underfunding for brain tumour research, … Continue reading

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Brain Tumour Research named Top 100 Cancer Blog

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We are delighted that our blog has been awarded a spot in Feedspot’s Top 100 Cancer Blogs on the web! Blogs were selected for the list based on the following critera:  – Provides updates on latest Cancer Research and Treatment.  – Google … Continue reading

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Paying Tribute to Nicki Waterman

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Today we are paying tribute to Nicki Waterman, Celebrity Fitness Trainer and The Sun newspaper’s fitness expert, who passed away on Thursday night following her brave battle with a glioblastoma brain tumour, the most aggressive and deadly form of the … Continue reading

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Liquid aspirin breakthrough in brain tumour research

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A potentially ground-breaking scientific breakthrough with far-reaching consequences for future treatments of brain tumours is to be revealed at an international research meeting in Poland today (Tuesday). Prof. Geoff Pilkington and Dr Richard Hill, from the Brain Tumour Research Centre … Continue reading

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