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Brain Tumour Research Petition Responses

Sign our petition calling for increased national investment into brain tumour research to £35 million a year

The biggest cancer killer of children and adults under the age of 40


Thank you to the following supporters for signing our petition and sharing their stories.

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77704 responses

Karen Lewis - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Having lost someone to this terrible disease, ore research needs to be done to save more people from dying.

Anna Shuttleworth - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Christina Mitchell - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Sally Lindberg - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Carol Nash - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Jane Hovington - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Michael Clarke - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Sarah Nichols - Thu 08 Apr 2021

Because something needs to be done to help reduce the number of people dying from this terrible disease.

Moira Stephens - Wed 07 Apr 2021

I suffered a brain tumour myself and believe more could be done to prevent these for future generations.

Paul Duff - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Darshna Chandla - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My Dad was diagnosed with a very rare tumour called Caradoma in 2015 after fighting it for 5 years he lost his fight against it and I lost him in January 2020 it’s been a emotional journey and I have ...

Janet Horsfield - Wed 07 Apr 2021

To help find the cause and fund treatment

JASVINDER PAL - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My dad died from a brain tumour on his brain stem which couldn’t be fully removed and eventually spread around the brain stem damaging major nerves causing further complications and eventually it kill ...

Maggie Farrell - Wed 07 Apr 2021

There shouldn't be a hierarchy of where the research money goes. I understand the most prevelant diseases with poorest outcomes deserve study but all cancers need improved treatment.
More resear ...

Paul Bourdillon - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Brain tumour research, especially for so called 'benign' tumours, is still so far off giving even the experts a full understanding of the causes and effective treatments. Patients, especially kids, do ...

Abbie Woodward - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Caron Shelley - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Personal experience of losing someone to brain cancer at only 50- disproportionate level of funding is directed here and this needs to be addressed

Molly Carr - Wed 07 Apr 2021

to help

Ellie Stirrat - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Tamazin Randle - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Amy Gillen - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Seun Odueko - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Greg Patmore - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My Nan died of a brain tumour in her mid 50s over 50 years ago and it appears knowledge hasn’t really advanced much. It’s about time it did.

Robyn Riley - Wed 07 Apr 2021

This needs more research.

LeeAnne Duthie - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Jorgie Buchan - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Claire Cunningham - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Alison Wallace - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Lost too many friends and family to this awful disease. Another friend is suffering now.

Evie Blackadder - Wed 07 Apr 2021

We need more research made available for brain tumours, it is vital to raise the survival rate and give people a better chance at life.

Heather Lewis - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My daughter lost her best friend at 17

Rebecca Finlay - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Molly McGlone - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Lewis Currie - Wed 07 Apr 2021

A friend asked and it’s for a cause I care deeply for.

Niamh O’Neill - Wed 07 Apr 2021

I feel more research and money must be dedicated to this field, as it appears to be rather neglected area compared to other related areas.

Kaitlyn Berry - Wed 07 Apr 2021

It hits close to home and it’s a great cause which deserves more attention

Katie ONeill - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Brain tumour research should have more money and more focus!

Freya Richards - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Nicola Turner - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Lost a friend to this a few years ago at just 55 years old. By the time he realised something was wrong it was too late for him

Susan Spurden - Wed 07 Apr 2021

I lost a good friend with a brain tumour a few years ago. These statistics and numbers need to be urgently addressed by more funding .

Mel Bezalel - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Francesca Smith - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Craig Reid - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Rachel Wedlock - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Diane Bradley - Wed 07 Apr 2021

So important to give people hope

Laura Murdoch - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My friend discovered she had a brain tumor when her second child was only 6 months old. She lives everyday worrying that it will start to grow again. She is terrified because she will probably not get ...

Kate Perrin - Wed 07 Apr 2021

Joanna Xiourouppa - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My auntie has a brain tumour and I want to help her by supporting this research

Joanne Mayo - Wed 07 Apr 2021

There is clearly not enough funding for this charity . This is close to my heart due to loosing my brother to GMB4 8 months ago age 46 .

Zacharias Xiourouppa - Wed 07 Apr 2021

My aunty suffers with a brain tumour and my grandad recently had one removed. research and funding may help them and others.

Karly Campbell - Wed 07 Apr 2021

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