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Astro Brain Tumour Fund
Favorited 17 times | CRN: 1133561 | Hunstanton, Norfolk
We raise funds for low-grade brain tumour research and offer support via internet groups and Facebook
The Brain Tumour Charity
Favorited 454 times | CRN: 1150054 | Whitchurch, HAMPSHIRE
The Brain Tumour Charity is the leader in its field, funding world-class research, providing support and information and raising awareness of brain tumours. It is dedicated to beating this disease, the biggest cancer killer of people under 40 in the UK.
Brain Tumour Research
Favorited 216 times | CRN: 1153487 | Shenley Wood, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Brain Tumour Research is dedicated to raising funds for continuous and sustainable scientific research into brain tumours, and we are a leading voice calling for greater support and action for research into what scientists are calling the last battleground against cancer.
Brain Tumour Research Campaign
Favorited 148 times | CRN: 295895
To raise public awareness of the urgent need for brain tumour research, to lead a fundraising campaign to support research into and treatment of brain tumours, and to assist the emergence of the UK's first multi-disciplinary Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence at Charing Cross Hospital
Favorited 321 times | CRN: 1149400 | Ashford, Kent
Each year 450 children are diagnosed with brain cancer.Among these is a tumour so DEADLY there is NO effective treatment or cure.DIPG is responsible for 80% of all brain tumour death in UK children.Every 9 DAYS a UK family receives this diagnosis for their child. We fund medical research to give hope to future DIPG families. YOU are hope....
BRAINWAVES BRAIN TUMOUR SUPPORT GROUP
Favorited 0 times | CRN: 1136636
Provide support for people affected by a brain tumour. For patients, their families and carers. Raise awareness of brain tumours
Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity
Favorited 461 times | CRN: 1160875 | Birmingham, WEST MIDLANDS
Birmingham Children's Hospital provides a wide range of health services to children and adolescents from across the UK. The Hospital has an international reputation in areas such as liver transplantation, cardiac surgery and neonatal surgery. Pioneering developments include the first ever successful paediatric triple transplant and a system which provides image-guided surgery for children with brain tumours. Donations are used to support the continuation of this important work.
Favorited 14 times | CRN: 1159063
OSCARs Paediatric Brain Tumour Charity was formed in November 2014 by the parents and friends of Oscar Hughes, a 9 year old boy who died of a Medulloblastoma, a brain tumour, in May 2014. The journey Oscar went on for a year to try and be free of cancer was both heartbreaking and inspiring to see. The treatments involved to fight brain tumours have devastating effects on a young body and mind. This is unacceptable and the only way to change this is by researching these cancers and find better treatments.
Favorited 36 times | Glasgow, STRATHCLYDE
We fund research to find cures for neurological disorders. Professor Steven Gill has developed a ground-breaking catheter-based system to deliver drugs directly into the brain to exactly where it is required. Having already kick-started a trial for Parkinson's, we are currently funding a trial to treat children with DIPG brain tumours who have on average 9 months to live from diagnosis, and otherwise have no hope of survival. This delivery system opens doors for treatment of many neurological disorders.
The Danny Green Fund Charity
Favorited 21 times | CRN: 1150334 | Canvey Island, Essex
The Danny Green Fund helps children suffering from Posterior Fossa Syndrome which causes neurological disabilities as the result of brain tumour surgery. The symptoms of PFS include weakness in one side of the body, poor balance, facial paralysis, incontinence, Mutism and in severe cases the child may be unable to drink or eat. We provide a piece of equipment, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy or horse riding therapy to help recovery.