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National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year

Chance to win paperback edition of The Finch in my Brain

Martino Sclavi's acclaimed book, The Finch in my Brain, has just been published in paperback by Hodder and Stoughton. On the front cover, Brain Tumour Research Chief Executive Sue Farrington Smith says, "Martino approaches his brain tumour diagnosis with curiosity, humanity and humour in this profound book."

The book focuses on Martino’s brain tumour diagnosis, treatment, consequences and ramifications and is a poetic book that is, quite simply, wonderful.

As a huge force of nature, Martino is someone who will make a difference, and that is what we are looking for in our competition entrants.

Please visit our Finch competition page and tag someone who has made a difference for our community through their actions, their legacy, their campaigning, their courage, their inspiration of others – it doesn’t matter how but in some way they have to have made a difference. Make sure to use the hashtag #makeadifference!

We have five copies to be won and the prize draw will run on Facebook and Twitter until midnight on Sunday 1st July. We will message the five winners on Monday 2nd July.

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