Brain Tumour Ireland is holding a series of music therapy classes online for brain tumour patients, their family members and carers.
Thank you to music therapist Jess O'Donoghue for the gift of her time and talents to this series, which is…
Caring for carers is so important, especially at this time.
We hope you can join our upcoming zoom coffee morning and information session, which is open to family, friends and carers of brain tumour patients.
The International Brain Tumour Alliance and the US Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) are conducting an international survey "COVID-19: the brain tumour patient and caregiver experience”.
The survey closes on 30 April 2020.
Do you need information or support? Maybe even just a chat?
We are here.
We know that this is a very challenging time for people living with brain tumours, particularly anyone receiving a new diagnosis. We want to continue to support…
An important public notice was placed in newspapers by Beaumont Hospital this weekend.
If you or an adult family member were treated for a brain tumour at Beaumont Hospital between 29 November 1987 and 7 August 2018 you should consult this…
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UPDATE: Unfortunately due to the evolving situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the organisers of the VHI Women's Mini Marathon have had to postpone this year's race. We commend the organisers in this decision.
We hope you will be able…
Brain Tumour Ireland is holding a Family Day at Barretstown Camp, Co. Kildare!
It takes place on Sunday, 1st December, 2019, with registration at 10am.
This is a free event for children who have been affected by a brain tumour, as well…
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The annual Brain Tumour Ireland remembrance service will take place on Sunday 24th November @ 3pm in the Wisdom Centre Dublin.
This event is open to people who have lost a loved one due to a brain tumour.
It is a non-denominational service…
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Brain Tumour Ireland is a registered charity (CHY No. 20102128 / Revenue No.: 20506). Your donations go a long way in helping us to support brain tumour patients and to fund medical research into brain tumours.