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When a young person is diagnosed with a brain tumour, some common concerns often center around body image. When diagnosed […]
We all experience change, and as our community knows, nothing changes your view on life more than being diagnosed with a brain tumour. With this change comes feelings of grief.
Children are intelligent, observant and tend to know that something is going on in the adult world even when they […]
We’ve all faced tremendous challenges around access to programs and services since the start of the pandemic. Though our support […]
Sometimes, it takes and outsider’s view to completely change a person’s perspective on life. For Daniel, it wasn’t the diagnosis, […]
By Todd Goold – Support Services Specialist, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada With the holidays right around the corner many […]
This Young Adult virtual support group is designed for survivors between the ages of 18-39.
Every Canadian affected by a brain tumour has the right to have the information and support needed to fully participate […]
In the Sault Ste. Marie home of Kyleigh Provenzano, the coveted Cup of Hope sits high on a shelf, safely […]
If you were offered a brand new treatment for a brain tumour, would you take it? For Mani, the answer […]
Through self-advocacy, those affected by brain tumours and their families can better understand their diagnosis, barriers to treatment, and rights […]
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