National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
We’re thinking of you this Father’s Day
This Father’s Day, our thoughts are with all the families who have been affected by brain tumours.
We’re thinking of the fathers who are living with a brain tumour and caring for their family whilst facing a difficult future. Our thoughts are with the fathers who have received the devastating news that their child has a brain tumour and those who have experienced the heart-breaking loss of a child. And we’re thinking of all those who have lost their dad to this disease.
We’ll be sharing the stories of some of the dads who have worked with Brain Tumour Research on Facebook today, such as Liam Bergin (pictured with his family) who reached out to the charity on the day of his diagnosis with a glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). You can read his story on our website here.
If you have a loved one you’d like to celebrate, please comment and share their story.
Whether you are spending this Father’s Day with someone living with a brain tumour or remembering a loved one, we are keeping your in our thoughts.
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