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Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada works together with many partners in the cancer and neurological health care communities to advance the issues important to you. This includes working with the following groups:
Around the world, the brain tumour community is a vast connection of organizations, health care institutions, patients, families and initiatives. These efforts are networked through the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA). The IBTA coordinates the International Brain Tumour Awareness Week. In 2016, this awareness effort wil take place from October 22 to October 29, 2016.
This unexpected diagnosis led to an immediate leave from his demanding Ottawa job as a political staffer on Parliament Hill. Surgery was scheduled for the end of September. It was during that time that Trevor learned that October is Brain Tumour Awareness Month in Canada. Read more...
“I decided it was a great way to make a difference at a larger level, to help brain tumour patients across the country.” Since that time Marianne has given of her time and expertise in many ways, helping to lead change and growth for the brain tumour community. Read more...
We are celebrating bringing hope for 35 years! One of the ways we are marking this important milestone and sharing hope for the future, is with this video, where Steve Northey, one of our Founders, talks about why this organization started and how far we have come!Learn more
The best Christmas gift I could get would be to get this lump of coal out of my head. However, I do have good days. And recently, a lot...Learn more
Stephen was diagnosed with an anaplastic oligodendroglioma (grade III) in November of 2015 at the age of 53 years old, and shares his...Learn more