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Canada currently has one of the highest rates of brain tumour incidents in the world 2. Between 1992 and 2008, 13,340 Canadians died from glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) alone 3. No new discoveries have been made for a decade. Research and innovation is needed now more than ever.
Sunday, October 24, 2021 is the fourth annual Brain Cancer Awareness Day in Canada! On that day, we hope to make people aware of the devastation of this disease, but also letting everyone that there is HOPE!
27 Canadians are diagnosed with a brain tumour every day. In addition to the 8 Canadians who will learn they have brain cancer every day.1 A further 19 Canadians will learn that they have a non-malignant brain tumour.4 Non-malignant brain tumours can be just as life-altering as malignant tumours.
Hats for Hope, a nation-wide brain tumour awareness campaign, provides hope for those affected. Hope through support. Hope through research. Hope for a cure.
Join us on October 24, 2021 – the fourth annual Brain Cancer Awareness Day in Canada – or any day during International Brain Tumour Awareness Week, October 30 – November 6, 2021, by wearing a hat, taking a selfie or group photo, and sharing it on social using #HatsForHope and tagging @braintumourfdn.
Back for 2021 – We will once again have our Hats For Hope toques for sale online! Thanks to your continued support, we have once again sold out of hats for the 2019 and 2020 campaigns.