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Claire Bullimore

Claire Bullimore, Claire Bullimore’s brain tumour journey began in 2006, when, after several years of experiencing frequent headaches, she started suffering from debilitating migraines and blurred vision. Two years later, aged just 25, she was diagnosed with an intraventricular meningioma. Since then she has undergone brain surgery and had to give up her driving licence and her career. Claire, who is from South London, now lives with disabilities and a crippling anxiety disorder. Her story, however, opportunity that comes my way. I always advise others in my situation to do the same. Claire Bullimore, Here is Claire’s story… For at least 10 years prior to my brain tumour diagnosis in 2008 I had been having headaches. I was able to control them with the usual aspirin you can buy over the counter. “However, in late 2007 when I was 24, my headaches were getting worse and more frequent. I, Tumour Research is determined to change this. If you have been inspired by Claire’s story, you may

Brain tumour survivor relaunches inspiring book

Brain tumour survivor Claire Bullimore is relaunching her book to help others who have been diagnosed with the disease. Claire found out she had intraventricular meningioma in 2008, aged 25. She, her diagnosis, Claire was inspired to create an online support network for fellow patients, on a similar journey. Over the years the blog has given Claire lots of opportunities to raise awareness, reading: Claire’s story Our recommended reading If you found this story interesting or helpful

Brain tumour survivor publishes Social Media Fundraising Planner

Blogger and brain tumour survivor, Claire Bullimore, has published a handy social media planner, , Claire underwent surgery which left her with life-changing effects. In 2011, she began writing a blog, journey. Since her diagnosis and treatment, Claire has undertaken a number of different, and on the radio. With more than 16,000 followers across her social media pages, Claire has now, and purchase your copy here. Related reading: Claire’s story Other recommended reading If you found

Self-help book launches for brain tumour patients

A brain tumour survivor has published a book to help people recovering from the disease. Claire Bullimore, 36, has launched her second book, ‘Brain Tumour Recovery Journal’, which reveals the essential tips and information Claire picked up on her own brain tumour journey, after she was diagnosed with the disease in 2008. Doctors discovered Claire had an intraventricular meningioma when, up her driving licence and a career in the city. Blogger and podcaster Claire said: “I wanted

Rise in digital volunteering sparked by COVID-19

and social media. Volunteers like Claire Bullimore, who joined us as a digital volunteer earlier this year and worked on our 10,000 Steps a Day in February Challenge. Claire was inspired, reading: Claire’s story Read about our recent meningioma breakthrough If you found this story

Recommended Reading from the Brain Tumour Community

Reading: A Brain Tumour’s Travel Tale: Cards On The Table, I Pooed Myself - Claire Bullimore After her shock diagnosis with a brain tumour, life-saving surgery and years of rehabilitation, Claire, the founder of Aunty M Brain Tumours, a blog and website dedicated to people affected, , lovely friends, Claire discovered she had something she didn’t want – a brain tumour. Even 12 years on, Claire, who underwent surgery for an intraventricular meningioma, is heavily reliant on seizure