Brain tumours can affect any of us....

Did you know?
  • Approximately 45 people each day in the UK face a brain tumour diagnosis

  • Over 100,000 people in the UK are living with a brain tumour

  • There are more than 120 different types of brain tumour making them notoriously difficult to diagnose

  • The cause of brain tumours is not known, they can affect anyone regardless of age, sex, lifestyle or general health

  • Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other type of cancer

  • Incidences of, and deaths from, brain tumours are increasing

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Brain tumours are indiscriminate, with an impact that can change life in an instant, and the sad reality is that many patients simply don’t have time to wait for a cure or  progress with research, so #SupportMatters.

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Brain tumours are complex and scary, but we need to talk about them more. We need better awareness of symptoms for earlier diagnosis, and more understanding of the life-changing impact they have to improve the care and support available for anyone affected.

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The impact on life
  • Over 55% of people with a brain tumour have to give up their driving licence and lose their independence

  • Over 80% of people with a brain tumour have to reduce or give up their work completely

  • Over 65% of brain tumour patients have to give up the leisure activities they previously enjoyed

  • Around 25% of brain tumour patients experience seizures as a result of their treatment or the tumour itself, leading to anxiety, fear and risk in being alone which can limit their everyday life

  • Over 65% of people say a brain tumour has a negative impact on their friendships

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