Brain Tumour Ireland is hosting a Remembrance Service on Saturday, 25th of November in Dublin. This event is open to people who have lost a loved one due to a brain tumour.
It is a non-denominational service taking place in the peaceful…
Brain Tumour Ireland is holding a Family Day at Barretstown Camp, Co. Kildare!
It takes place on Sunday, 10th December, 2017.
This is a free event for children who have been affected by a brain tumour, as well as their siblings,…
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A major new study on glioblastoma (GBM) will be supported by the brain tumour biobank part funded by Brain Tumour Ireland.
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is leading an international team of scientists on a major research study…
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The annual Brain Tumour Ireland run / walk event to fundraise for our work in supporting brain tumour patients and their families, takes place on Sunday, 5th November in Corkagh Park Dublin.
There are 10K and 5K timed runs and also a 5K…
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
Bank of Ireland Naas
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.