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

Speakers’ House event celebrating our 10th anniversary and launch of our Find A Cure Manifesto

On Tuesday 30th April 2019, we marked our 10th anniversary with a brilliant reception at Westminster to celebrate a decade of collaboration and achievement. 
 
The event was hosted in Speaker’s House, by kind permission of our Patron and long-standing supporter, the Rt Hon John Bercow MP. 
 

We also launched our 2019 manifesto, Find A Cure which sets out our plans to grow capacity in research into brain tumours, build research infrastructure, accelerate treatment options for patients, and to further increase national investment in the field to £35 million a year by 2025.

Download our 2019 manifesto

Among those attending the celebration were patients, families, and fundraisers from across the UK whose dedication and hard work have played a crucial role in the success of the charity since it started. 
 
Guests included our celebrity ambassadors Caprice, a survivor of the disease, singer John Newman and former EastEnders actor Ian Reddington. We were also joined by scientists, researchers and representatives of other key charities from across the UK that have helped us get where we are today. 
 

A special anniversary brochure was published to commemorate the occasion.

Download our 10th Anniversary Brochure

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