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On Sunday, we're on the BBC, telling the world what life is like when you're living with a brain tumour, and raising funds to help more people.
Our Christmas appeal features Phoebe and Chris, members of the brainstrust community, and is presented by Julia Somerville, a TV presenter who had a brain tumour and was successfully treated.
The programme will be broadcast on BBC One on Sunday 11th December at 2:45pm. For more information visit www.bbc.co.uk/lifeline.
Phoebe is six years old and loves drawing and music. Phoebe had an operation to remove a malignant brain tumour in...
Our Patient Guide is a resource to help people living with a brain tumour, and their caregivers better understand the brain cancer journey. It explains what you can expect at each stage, the key questions that you should be asking, and what resources exist that can help you.
We want to make sure you have the best resources available, so we are actively engaging with the review of the NICE guidelines for brain tumours. NICE's role is to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services. It does this by: