National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
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Hot off the press - the latest issue of Believe, our news magazine for brain tumour activists, is out now!
The first edition of 2022 is a jam-packed with inspiring stories, significant research news and breakthroughs, and updates from the world of campaigning, including the latest about the ‘Pathway to a Cure’ Inquiry which Brain Tumour Research is leading on behalf of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Brain Tumours (APPGBT).
Stories include Paul Smith OBE’s incredible Snowdon wheelchair climb which saw him raise more than £11,000 for Brain Tumour Research. You can also read how Zara Taylor reached millions as she shared her story to raise awareness of this devastating disease and why she is determined to help find a cure. There’s a bumper crop of updates from our Fundraising Groups and Member Charities, and we look forward to this year’s Wear A Hat Day with a star-studded line up of celebrities who have been affected by brain tumours.
New for 2022, we also introduce a brand-new calendar to help you plan your fundraising year for Brain Tumour Research. You can download the planner by clicking here.
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