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Author: Sadie Copley-May

As Senior Content Editor at The Brain Tumour Charity, I plan and write communications in various different formats. I work with people affected by brain tumours to share their stories, raise awareness of The Charity’s activities and the research we fund, and keep the community informed on what’s happening and how they can get involved.
  • A photo of the Trustees of The Oli Hilsdon Foundation, a charity that's driving for better glioblastoma research.

    The Oli Hilsdon Foundation smashes fundraising goal 18 months early!

    We’re driving forward cutting-edge research together, as the Foundation fulfils a ground-breaking new £1.5 million research grant 18 months early.

  • A Christmas stocking hung over a roaring fireplace.

    Six tips for festive well-being

    As we head into the final few weeks of what’s undoubtedly been a challenging year, we’re focusing on how to look after your well-being and have as peaceful and enjoyable a festive break as possible.

  • Managing relationships after a brain tumour diagnosis

    Dr Katherine Carpenter, helps us explore the ways a brain tumour diagnosis can put a strain on relationships for everyone affected.

  • Get set for 2020

    We share some of our top tips for taking care of your emotional, physical and psychological needs in 2020.

  • Top tips for eating well during treatment

    It can be hard to eat well when you’re going through chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment. We asked an expert how to get the nutrients that you need.

  • What The Twilight Walk means to our walkers

    Each year, our inspiring supporters come together to take part in The Twilight Walk in unique ways and for many different reasons.

  • Top tips for travelling when you’re affected by a brain tumour

    When you or a loved one is affected by a brain tumour, making holiday plans can become more complicated. Our community has suggested some handy tips for getting around more easily and affordably over the summer holidays.

  • Innovating to defeat brain tumours

    We’re thrilled to be the first ever UK charity to partner with the US-based Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI), an organisation dubbed ‘Tinder for start-ups’. We’ll be co-funding a pioneering initiative coordinated by the CAI, called The Brain Race. This will ask researchers and inventors from across the world to submit innovative ideas aimed at defeating brain tumours.