Tag: living with a brain tumour
Mum recognised signs of her brain tumour on ‘First Dates’.
A mum says her brain tumour went undiagnosed and blamed on anxiety until she saw someone with the same symptoms on Channel 4’s ‘First Dates’.
Mum desperate to know what type of brain tumour daughter has.
A mum is living with the awful uncertainty of not knowing what tumour type her teenage daughter has despite several surgeries, ongoing treatment and two recurrences.
“I cared for my husband with cancer with an undiagnosed brain tumour.”
A loving wife spent 11 years managing symptoms of an undiagnosed brain tumour whilst she cared for her unwell mother and her husband who also had cancer.
Travel addict not letting childhood brain tumour keep her on the ground.
A travel addict who lives with the ongoing effects of a brain tumour which hemorrhaged when she was a teenager hasn’t let it stop her from enjoying life today.
Children’s literature helps lawyer recover from brain tumour diagnosis and treatment.
A successful lawyer credits children’s literature for helping her to rediscover a love of reading after her brain tumour diagnosis and treatment left her with severe fatigue and reduced concentration.
Your rehabilitation questions answered by experts
We’ve collected all the answers from our recent virtual rehabilitation Q&A with expert medical professionals from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Tips on coping with the change in the seasons
As the nights get longer and the weather gets colder, we asked our community for tips on coping with the change in the seasons.
Our meeting with the DVLA and the changes announced
In response to overwhelming concerns from our community The Brain Tumour Charity met with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) in Swansea to discuss issues around driving and brain tumours.