What to do after a brain tumour diagnosis
Receiving the news that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a brain tumour can be a confusing and daunting time. We’ve developed a range of information resources to help answer the questions you may have when newly diagnosed.
When first diagnosed with a brain tumour, we know that people have lots of questions about what is going to happen. These are not always easy to answer and each person’s journey will be unique, but we’ve tried to address some of the common issues that many patients will share.
Get your free Information Pack today
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and you don’t know which way to turn, start with our Information Pack.
Brain tumours and how they’re treated
Types of brain tumour
There are over 130 types of primary brain tumour. Read about common adult brain tumours.
Treatment of brain tumours
Read about different treatment options including neurosurgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Read about some of the new brain tumour treatments currently in development.
Share your experiences and help create change
By taking part in our Improving Brain Tumour Care surveys and sharing your experiences, you can help us improve treatment and care for everyone affected by a brain tumour.
Information and support for you
Support and Information Line
Our Support & Information team can provide a listening ear and help you find useful information.
Online support groups
Our online support groups are a great way to connect with other people affected by brain tumours.
Supporting friends & family
Learn how we can support you and your loved ones after a brain tumour diagnosis.
BRIAN is our app that helps people help people cope with a brain tumour. BRIAN will help you – and those supporting you – to understand how you are doing and to make better informed decisions.
Benefits & Money Clinic
We've partnered with Rushmoor Citizens Advice to provide a weekly telephone benefits clinic.
Resources such as books, animations for kids and a jargon buster for medical terms.
Maintaining your independence
Being diagnosed with a brain tumour can affect your ability to work, drive and travel.
Support and Information Services
You can also join our active online community.