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Mya's Story "Just try to relax and be brave"

Bringing hope to children and families in the brain tumour community is important to Mya and Brooke. It’s been a tough couple of years for both the girls, and they have words of wisdom to share with anyone else that faces the brain tumour journey. “Don’t think about whatever’s happening. Just try to relax and be brave,” says Mya. “And if they’re watching their brother or sister go into surgery, I’d tell them be brave and be strong, too,” adds Brooke.

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Five brain tumour survivors are following their dreams thanks to you!

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What does 'patient experience' mean?

This September, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada CEO Carl Cadogan is chairing the Second Annual National Forum on Patient Experience....

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Upcoming Events

  • 21/Sep/2014: North Bay Brain Tumour Walk: Discovery North Bay Museum, Civic Square... Learn more >
  • 24/Sep/2014: St. John's Brain Tumour Support Group: Meets at Room 3018, University Centre - 1 Attic Avenue... Learn more >
  • 25/Sep/2014: Sarnia Support Group: Meets at St. Giles Presbyterian Church,770 Lakeshore Road Sarnia, ON... Learn more >
  • 27/Sep/2014: St. John's Brain Tumour Walk: Location: Quidi Vidi Lake Park... Learn more >
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