Understanding Brain Cancer (Facts + Info) Links:
Click here to see some quick basic brain cancer facts brought to you by Peace of Mind Foundation.
|Cancer Council Australia
Brain Cancer Information
|Cancer Australia Children’s Cancer
|National Brain Tumor Society (American website)
Help in understanding brain tumours.
|Rare Cancers Australia
Detailed information about brain cancer and the various tumour types.
Brain Cancer Support Helpful links:
|American Cancer Society||American Cancer Society Support||Information and tips on how to deal with anxiety, fear and depression caused from a cancer diagnosis.|
|Cancer Council Helpline||13 11 20||This is a free, confidential telephone information and support service run by Cancer Councils in each state and territory.
Anyone can call Cancer Council Helpline – cancer patients, people living with cancer, their families, carers and friends, teachers, students and healthcare professionals.
Specially trained staff are available to answer your questions about cancer and offer emotional or practical support.
|Brain Tumour Alliance Australia||www.btaa.org.au||A great organisation and valuable website that all people and families dealing with Brain Cancer should utilise.|
Brain Cancer Foundations / Research Organisations we support:
|Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
|Australia’s leading force in brain cancer research and finding a cure!|
|Brainstorm For A Cure
|Fundraising organisation to support brain cancer research and promote awareness|
|James Crofts Hope Foundation
|Brain tumour support to patients and families|
|The Cure Starts Now
|Fighting for the cure of childhood brain cancer|
|Cancer Council Victoria ‘Forgotten Cancers’ research project
|Shedding light on less common cancers that are under researched and underfunded in Australia|
|Brain Tumour Association of WA
|Brain Tumour Association of WA is a support group for patients, carers and families affected by brain tumours. We are here to listen and understand.|
|The RCD Fund was created in memory of Robert Connor Dawes. Inspired by his spirit of Aeternum Fortis, we created the RCD Fund as a tribute to him and other brain tumour fighters. The RCD stands for Connor’s initials but also our areas of focus: Research, Care & Development.|
|PNET Cancer Foundation
|The PNET Cancer Foundation, based in Melbourne, has been set up to raise money for finding better treatments and a cure for CNS PNET Cancer. It is the only organisation that is solely dedicated to PNET cancer research. We are a growing gravitational force, increasing the speed at which the fight against PNET cancer is moving. Support into the foundation is an investment in our “Kids Brains and Our Future”.|
|BrainLink, Reducing the impact of acquired brain disorders in our community.|