The Grey Matters
The Grey Matters is our publication which gives you a chance to catch up on everything that we at The Brain Tumour Charity have been doing recently.
Please find the most recent copies of The Grey Matters below. Select and click on an issue you would like to read.
Cannabinoids: What and why?Using our voices for change!Driving progress in research.
Artificial intelligence and brain tumours Baron Armah-Kwantreng on recovery Coping with change and uncertainty
Brain tumour microenvironmentsAuthor Adam Blain on coping through humourLooking after mental health and emotional well-being
Research into biomarkersNicki Chapman on dealing with her diagnosisManaging relationships
Learn more about our groundbreaking new research Launching BRIAN How to cope with fatigue
Bake it till you make it. Fired up for change Spotlight on – Hal Cruttenden
Your treatment. Your choice. Come together for Christmas Top tips for PIP
Actions not words Be part of BRIAN Repurposing the reovirus
The Big Bandana Bake Celebrating You Awards Our passionate fight for 5-ALA
Driving breakthroughs "I can't thank the HeadSmart campaign enough" 20th anniversary celebrations
Our research progress so far Introducing The Everest Centre Joseph's legacy of hope
Our patient guide Children and Families Service Brain Tumour Awareness Month #WearItOut
Investing in new research A united approach to patient data Defeating brain tumours: one year on
Our new research Welcome to the Citizens Advice Service #WalkWithUs sign up now!
#WearItOut for Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day 2016 Peer review process explained Thank you for walking with us!
2014 – 2015 issues
Losing Myself: The Reality of Life with a Brain Tumour Start the Christmas season with us Join our Research Involvement Network
Defeating Brain Tumours: Our New Strategy 2015 – 2020 Building connections to better care Register for The Twilight Walk 2015
A Cure Can't Wait: Our Research Strategy Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day Launch of Jake Animations
Launch of Leeds research programme Receiving treatment: your first steps Martin Kemp shows his support for HeadSmart
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We're raising the benchmark
We’ve been recognised as Charity of the Year 2018 for our pioneering approach, innovative research solutions and, above all, our community-centred approach to everything we do.