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A photo of Laura Nuttall marching at Manchester Pride wearing a The Brain Tumour Charity t-shirt. Laura has a Pride flag draped over her shoulder and she beams as she waves a little Pride flag in one hand and grasps a drink in her other hand.

Remembering Laura Nuttall

It is with the utmost sadness for everyone in our community and everyone who knew her that we learn of the passing of Laura Nuttall.

Laura was steadfast in her determination to share the story of her own diagnosis and treatment in order to raise vital awareness of brain tumours, becoming a key Young Ambassador of The Brain Tumour Charity.

Two women who have been affected by a brain tumour diagnosis comfort each other at a local support group for people affected by brain tumours.

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If you would like more information about brain tumours, would like to contact other people in the community, or just need someone to talk to, we’re here to help.




Winners of The Brain Tumour Charity Celebrating You Awards 2023

Our Celebrating You 2023 award winners!

The Celebrating You Awards honour people who have represented The Brain Tumour Charity in monumental ways. Find out who won awards in this emotional event.

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Learn how to spot the signs

Better Safe than Tumour is our campaign to raise awareness of the early signs and symptoms of a brain tumour to improve early diagnosis times