There is an urgent need for investment in neuro-rehabilitation services in Ireland.
We are co-signatories to a letter on this topic published in today’s Irish Times by the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI).
The full text of the…
Would you like to assist with brain tumour research?
If your loved one has been diagnosed with a brain tumour please contact PhD student Anna Trejnowska from Queen Margaret University to take part in her research.
For more information…
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Researchers from RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland), with support from the Department of Neurosurgery and Neuropathology in Beaumont Hospital, have begun collecting samples from brain tumours for inclusion in Ireland’s first Brain…
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Donate to Brain Tumour Ireland to support brain tumour patients and help to fund brain tumour research here in Ireland.
There are 3 ways to help:
1. Donate directly
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As part of its yearlong partnership with Brain Tumour Ireland, Twitter Dublin is running a fundraising initiative entitled "Wear a Hat Day" on Friday, 12th of May.
Twitter employees are encouraged to wear a hat to the office on Friday 12th…
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Brain Tumour Ireland is holding a Wellness Day on Saturday, 20th May, in the Ennismore Retreat Centre, Cork.
This free event is open to brain tumour patients as well as family members and carers. In addition to benefiting from the scheduled…
Join the Brain Tumour Ireland team for the 2017 VHI Women's Mini Marathon and help fund brain tumour research and support brain tumour patients here in Ireland.
The entry period has been extended to Friday 12th May.
You can enter directly…
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We are very excited to announce that @TwitterDublin have chosen us as their charity partner for this year!
The good people at Twitter Dublin are going to be working with us, both to raise funds and to raise awareness of brain tumours here…
Today we spent time with the people from Beaumont Hospital's Centre of Education, talking to nurses who are taking a neuro-oncology course.
We spoke with them about brain tumours and the specific needs of brain tumour patients and their…
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Brain Tumour Ireland is a registered charity (CHY #20506). A little goes a long way and allows us to help and provide support for people and families directly affected by brain tumours.