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Patients and their families and friends are some of our most effective and compelling advocates.  They raise awareness of the devastating effects of brain tumours and the urgent need for funding through blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other channels.

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"We did it!!!" says Louise..... "It was by the far the hardest challenge I have ever done and it very nearly broke me!! 100k in just under 26 hours, and we managed to raise nearly £1400. I’m super sore and very stiff but really pleased I could contribute to the Brain Tumour Research Campaign’s work." Louise Wiggins and her team-mate proudly show their medals after completing the Thames Path Challenge - you can still madk a donation on her justgiving page and help her raise even more to help us #Findacure! www.justgiving.com/fundraising/louise-wiggins1 ... See MoreSee Less

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As the second anniversary of the death of Anna Swabey approaches, her amazing friends and family are planning a fundraising event in her memory. See the details below - please help them raise more funds for Anna's Campaign. As they say, during her lifetime she rallied friends and strangers alike to raise £100,000 - but since her death, a further £31,000 has been raised in her name, a fitting tribute to her and indication of their determination to continue her work after her death. We loved Anna Louise Swabey and we love them all - and we still miss her sorely! Please help us continue our quest to find a cure for this terrible disease which takes people from us far too soon! You can donate on her justgiving page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/insidemyhead 💜 ... See MoreSee Less

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Brain Tumour Research Campaign shared Food by John Lawson's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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