The Twilight Walk
The Twilight Walk is returning to three of your favourite locations for 2016; Warwick, Chester and Windsor. #WalkWithUs to stamp out brain tumours for good.
people are diagnosed with a brain tumour every day.
people lose their lives to a brain tumour every year.
of the cancer research funding in the UK is spent on brain tumours
brain tumours reduce life expectancy by an average of 20 years, the highest of any cancer.
brain tumour patients who are taking part in a clinical trial, compared to an average of 7% for all cancers.
of children who survive a brain tumour will be left with a life-altering, long-term disability.
Brain tumours affect people in many different ways and we provide information with coping strategies that may help.
You may have lots of questions about the treatments you could be facing, our information is designed to help with this.
We have a range of support facilities available, connecting you with other people who will share their experiences.
Faced with dealing with organisations you may not had contact with before, our information can help you understand.
Find out about our aims for the next five years as we aim to double survival and halve the harm caused by brain tumours.
Funding recently awarded for vital research into the pathway to diagnosis for adults with suspected brain tumours.
Find out about the progress our researchers are making in the battle against the childhood tumour medulloblastoma.
Find out about our funding into Quality of Life based on our recent survey into the issues surrounding quality of life.