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Tag: supporter stories

  • Story of hope: Alice and Emma

    In July 2015 Alice was discharged after nine years of treatment and monitoring for a brain tumour. Her mum Emma talks about what it means to get to the end of treatment.

  • My mother had a terminal brain tumour. Who could possibly understand?

    When my mother Janet was diagnosed with the brain tumour that eventually took her life, I was terrified. Like the rest of my family, I had experienced nothing like it.

  • Carers Week 2015

    We are supporting Carers Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities.

  • Dying well – Improving end-of-life care for brain tumour patients

    Sacha Langton-Gilks lost her 16-year-old son David (DD) to a brain tumour in 2012. We invited her to share her family’s experience, and her passion for improvement in end-of-life care. This is an edited version of the speech she gave at our first paediatric brain tumour information day, which was held in Southampton in May 2015.