Stories of Courage and Hope

Personal stories of courage and hope exemplify what the brain tumour community is all about. No matter how you have been affected by a brain tumour, you will find stories that comfort and inspire.

Stories are shared in a variety of ways:

Hats Tribute           
                            
 
Your Stories. Written by you.      

  
                   
Stories of the movement


With the Hats Tribute you will be touched by the many people who have shared their special hat to showcase the reach of brain tumours.
 
This collection of personal stories have been written by brain tumour patients and survivors as well as their loved ones. They are personal perspectives on about how patients and families find strength and hope and stories of perseverance.                   These stories of patients, survivors, family and caregivers, share how they are involved in the organization and where their journey has taken them.                          

 

Thank You to everyone who has shared their story, your courage to share provides hope and support to others.

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Featured Story

Roy and the Gamma Knife – A Happy Tale

I had headaches, almost daily, for 10 years or more. It was a rare day if I did not have a headache. I used to joke that I should own stock in headache remedy companies. I also had a lot of night sweats, non-restful sleep, and trouble regulating my body temperature. All these symptoms both my GP and I put off to stress.

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Spotlight

Courtney’s Story of Stability

Stability. It’s a strange concept when you have what it known to be a progressive, life long illness. You hear the words, “Your tumour...

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Stephen's Story: "I have faith that we will meet again"

Stephen and I chatted on what should have been his 32nd Wedding Anniversary. Stephen and Susan were married for 30 years and were best...

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