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Wear Grey for brainstrust
The Brain Tumour Research team is wearing grey to help raise awareness of this devastating disease.
Between 1st to 7th October, our Member Charity brainstrust is asking people to Wear Grey for a day to raise awareness of brain tumours and the devastating impact they have on people’s lives.
This year, to mark the 10th anniversary, the charity is asking the community to get louder than ever to show people they aren’t alone and let the world know what life is like with a brain tumour.
Launched in 2012, Wear Grey is part of the legacy of Shaun Skinner who, after his own diagnosis in 2007, became a passionate advocate for the brain tumour community. Sadly, Shaun died in 2017, but Wear Grey continues in his memory.
For ways to get involved and #WearGrey to help change lives, visit the brainstrust website: https://brainstrust.org.uk/wear-Grey/
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