Author: Chris Smith
Cancer Moonshot 2020 launches brain tumour genome project
The Paediatric Brain Tumor Atlas Project has been launched by Cancer MoonShot 2020.
New report on research and leaving the EU
The Science and Technology Select Committee has today published a new report on the implications and opportunities of leaving the EU for science and research in the UK.
Scotland sees installation of cutting-edge MRI technology
The new Seimens Magnetom Terra 7 Tesla MRI machine is being installed in Glasgow in March 2017.
US doctors test new glioblastoma drug treatment
US doctors are testing a new glioblastoma drug treatment with early results looking positive.
Discover Adventure on our Iceland Trek 2017
A group of intrepid supporters of The Brain Tumour Charity who will unite and trek across Iceland’s historic landscapes in 2017.
Molly aces GCSE’s whilst battling undiagnosed brain tumour. She receives 7 A*s and 4 As following proton beam therapy in America.
Thousands surviving for decades after cancer diagnosis… But what about brain tumours?
While a new study reveals people are twice as likely to live at least 10 years after being diagnosed with cancer than at the start of the 1970s, this doesn’t tell the complete story.