Brain Tumours can form throughout the brain and spinal cord.
Brain Tumours are classified as either benign or malignant.
The benign ones tend to grow more slowly and are less likely to come back if they’ve been completely removed.
The malignant ones tend to grow faster, sometimes spread and may come back after treatment.
They’re both treated in similar ways.
The exact care you receive depends on what type of tumour you have, where it is in the brain and how big it is.
Brain Tumour Support are here not just for the patients themselves, but also families, carers and loved ones who are dealing day to day with the impact of a brain tumour.
Brain Tumour Support provide specialist, tailored services through one-to-one and group support, as well as online and telephone support and specialist counselling.
Brain Tumour Support's vision motivates their work every day and their values act as a guide in the approach to achieving it.
Teenage Cancer Trust know that having cancer at a young age comes with its own particular set of challenges.
Teenage Cancer Trust's services put the needs of young people first and allow them to face those challenges together.
Teenage Cancer Trust are proud of their incredible team who work in various locations in the office, out of the office or in Teenage Cancer Trust's units.
Please visit: TeenageCancerTrust.org
Committed to saving and improving lives, The Brain Tumour Charity are moving further, faster to help every single person affected by a Brain Tumour.
The Brain Tumour Charity are set on finding new treatments, offering the highest level of support and driving urgent change.
The Brain Tumour Charity's services are for adults are designed to support people living or caring for someone with a Brain Tumour.