Only 3% of brain tumour patients currently enrol in clinical trials, our clinical trials database can help find an appropriate trial.Clinical trials
Whether you've been diagnosed with a brain tumour, or it's a family member or friend, we are here to help. We offer a wide range of inclusive and accessible services, for everyone affected by a brain tumour, whether it's low or high grade, adult or child.
If you are newly diagnosed we have some resources that will help you navigate the unfamiliar landscape.
Our Children and Families Service offers families of under 18s who are diagnosed access to a variety of support.
Our Support & Info Line is open Monday to Friday, 9-5, and will answer a variety of questions and provide a listening ear.
If you would like to find out about the latest clinical trials and research then please give us a call to find out.
We have a network of Operations Managers working throughout the country to help support those affected by brain tumours.
We refer to a range of support groups throughout the country. All of the details can be found here.
We know it's not always practical for people to get to a support group, so we run a series of support groups over the phone.
If you are a healthcare professional then please contact your local Operations Manager to find out how we can help you.
Giving people the opportunity to speak to others who are also affected by a brain tumour diagnosis can help reduce isolation.