The number of people involved in the fight against brain cancer is vast. It takes more than any one individual or organisation to treat and care for someone with brain cancer and it will take more than any one individual or organisation to find a cure. Together, we can change the world for people with brain cancer. It really does take a team.
Last year, Dustin lost his young daughter, Chloe, to brain cancer. Throughout Chloe's treatment, Dustin saw firsthand the vast team of people it takes to care for a child with brain cancer.
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Professor Brian Owler
Renowned neurosurgeon Brian Owler gives an insight into the vast team of people required to treat and care for someone living with brain cancer. It really does take a team.
After losing her husband John to brain cancer 21 years ago, Beverley started the John Trivett Foundation to help fight brain cancer and honour her husband’s memory. In 2014, the John Trivett Foundation merged
with Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, increasing impact while reducing costs. Working as a team, we can achieve so much more for people with brain cancer and find promising new treatments faster. It really does take a team.
Late last year, Annabelle lost her husband Josh to brain cancer. Now,
just days away from giving birth to their first child, Annabelle thanks
the amazing medical staff who helped them through the toughest time of
their lives. It really does take a team to tackle brain cancer.
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation’s Barrie Littlefield knows the harsh reality of brain cancer more than most, after losing his 10 year-old daughter Eloise to GBM. Barrie would like to pay tribute to the countless teams helping people just like his daughter, and the teams of talented researchers working to cure brain cancer around the globe. It really does take a team.
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