National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
National law firm supports #IBTAWeek
National law firm, Bolt Burdon Kemp, specialists in claims for serious injury and providers of help to victims of medical negligence and abuse, have kindly chosen to Sponsor a Day of Research at our Plymouth research centre during this year’s Brain Tumour Awareness Week.
Associate solicitor in the Adult Brain Injury team Tom Lax has also provided a blog on their website entitled “One sided hearing loss and Brain Tumour Research”. Tom writes: “I am proud that I get to help people who have suffered as a result of negligent treatment and I get to form relationships and fundraise for charities, such as Brain Tumour Research, who drive research into treatments that could end up improving the lives of millions of people.”
Professor Oliver Hanemann, Research Lead & Director of the Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence inputs into the blog saying: “The funding support from Brain Tumour Research has enabled our lab to recruit and sustain scientific talent who have the potential to move the dial forward as we strive to fund breakthroughs in brain tumour research. The support they have received from Bolt Burdon Kemp is greatly appreciated by all of us here in Plymouth working to improve brain tumour options and outcomes. Thank you from me and the team”.
We are extremely grateful to everyone at Bolt Burdon Kemp for this generous act, and you can find out more about the services they provide on their website.
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