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In the Online Peer Support Centre, you gain access to an active group of brain tumour community message boards. Take a look around and listen to what other people affected by a brain tumour are talking about. Everyone is welcome to read along and learn from our message boards.
When you choose to join the Online Peer Support Centre, you can reply to message board postings and start your own discussions. Our message boards are a great place to ask and get answers to your questions, share your story and support others who are living with cancer.
Click here to sign up and join the Online Peer Support Centre, and start participating in the message boards and other forums immediately. All you need is a name and email address to set up your free personalized profile.
Within the Online Peer Support Centre you will find mesasge boards dedicated to topics such as Malignant Brain Tumours, Metastatic Brain Tumours, Non-Malignant Brain Tumours, Youth and Teen Support and more. Each topic has many discussions within them that you can join or you can start your own.
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